The journey for Trevor Jackson started, as many things do in tech, with research. He’d become fascinated by the experiments done not with lithium batteries, which had come to dominate the battery industry, but with so-called “aluminum-air” batteries. “I watched Buzz and Neil walk …
I know there has been a thread about this battery technology before, what I don't remember reading was the battle that had to be fought and is still being fought, to actually get this new technology recognised by the government. When you read the article, it comes across quite clearly that there has been too much vested interest in Lithium technology to the exclusion of all else and all the governmental utterances about the climate crisis is merely playing lip service to the problem.
Why has Britain got this habit of not backing it's scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs, who then take their expertise elsewhere to enrich another countries economy? Madness.