Literally just "something is possible" with no other discussion about capabilities
It would be amusing to have an feature on, say, Elektrik, that shows battery articles from 1, 2, and 5 years ago.
I noticed that omission right away.
I'm assuming that it's nowhere near as good as lithium, or it'd say so.
"might" count of 4
I'll believe it when I see it.
Nuclear energy doesn't have that problem, so it doesn't have such a need for batteries.
Solar, wind, and to an extent tidal generators don’t, so you want to store the excess charge they produce while they are able to and release it to the grid when needed.
It’s not that the batteries don’t work with other power sources, it’s just that they’re less necessary (although large batteries in the grid can buffer against sudden changes in grid demand more rapidly and efficiently than grids without)