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Battery terms: the most common terms explained

What is an anode? How would you explain self-discharge? Batteries are quite straightforward to use, but sometimes a little jargon can get in the way of your understanding. Below we’ve listed up some of the most common battery terms. Read on to find out more!

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The smartest batteries for smart devices

Smart devices can greatly simplify your everyday life. However, using the wrong type of batteries could mean you’re not using your device to its full potential.

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Rechargeable battery recycling: a guide

What happens when you throw rechargeable batteries away? How are they recycled? Read on to find out more about rechargeable battery recycling!

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Panasonic partners up with Cirque du Soleil

Head of Sound on Cirque du Soleil's TOTEM touring show, gives insight on the remarkable workflow efficiencies Panasonic batteries achieve in keeping TOTEM sound equipment running smoothly.

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New initiatives help eneloop continue its positive impact

Our sustainable battery brand, eneloop, and its green messaging is gaining momentum, with a number of recently announced initiatives taking place.

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eneloop ambassadors’ tour indsamler 10.726 euro til velgørenhed

Efter en eventyrlig rejse gennem Europa og en spændende onlinekamp er vinderen af eneloop ambassadors’ tour endelig blevet annonceret.

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How to choose a battery charger

Rechargeable batteries are a good choice if you want to save money in the long run. And more importantly: you’re saving our precious planet.

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How eneloop battery spacers work

Most disposable and rechargeable batteries used today are AA and AAA. However, a great portion of devices still requires larger types, such as C and D sizes.

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Battery guide: which battery type to pick

Everyone uses batteries: whether you’re a professional photographer with several flashguns, a frequent gamer or an adventurous hiker who needs durable batteries for your satellite phone.

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