agreed. my opinion besides that article is that there shall be no market. this should be DIY/T(together) and easy to build yourself. cause the market sucks. also i’m really desperate of seeing fellow human beings believing in such technologies to save us for a brand new green capitalist system. it won’t work, we have to listen to the indigenous, they don’t need no batteries, we really consume to much we destroy the world of them, of animals, of plants, of everything. no more markets. DIY/T forever!
The main drawback of using sodium instead of lithium was energy density and weight. Sodium-ion batteries achieved something like 150 Wh/kg, compared to well over 200 Wh/kg for lithium-ion batteries. That’s a competitive disadvantage that our market-driven economies simply would not tolerate at the time.
Sodium ions are three times heavier, too. Even though the sodium component accounted for only about 5% of the overall battery weight, it still made them heavier than their lithium-based cousins.
check out this manual:
https://tocatchthesun.com/ its really good.
https://wiki.sunbeam.city/doku.php?id=start youtube many ebooks i have in a harddisk ^^ neighbors, they are the best information.
" Otherwise Cut & paste the URL of the remote community into the search box of your instance" this was that i was looking for! but is there something like sepia search? https://sepiasearch.org/
Its still very buggy. Its hard to get out of this loop. Fix bugs. Needs users to report bugs. Loop.