The new chemistry comes after the United States government approved chlorine and chlorine dioxide as the new fuel for the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell.
While the fuel cell was developed by Tesla and others, the technology is still in its early days.
Now, the US government is looking to combine the two materials into a battery that can provide up to 50% of the country’s electricity.
The new battery could have applications beyond powering electric cars and powering factories.
It could also help power the next generation of hydrogen fuel cells, which could be used in electric cars.
The Department of Energy announced last week that it is funding a $1 billion research project to build the hydrogen fuel cycle.
The US has made strides toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and the country could soon become the first country to produce hydrogen on a commercial scale.
In 2021, the DOE will make a decision about whether to permit commercial production of hydrogen.
The DOE will decide on the technology by the end of this year.