How a 3-D printer and a $3,000 printer can make solar-powered batteries obsolete

The technology behind the new solar-battery that has already been used to make electric cars and a range of other products is advancing rapidly.

Its name is the Antigravity Battery.

The company behind it, Antigrav Technologies, says it has a prototype that can produce a battery of up to 300 kilowatt hours of power.

The batteries could power up to 10 vehicles at a time and would last for about a year.

The technology could also be used to power a car in the future.

A new technology company, Nano Power, has also developed a battery that uses ultrasonic waves to produce electricity at a much lower voltage.

The company says it will be able to produce the same type of power for as little as $300.

A battery that lasts for 10 years would cost about $2,500.

The companies have raised $100 million in seed funding.

They have also set up a website,, to help entrepreneurs and investors learn about the technology.

Antigrav and Nano Power both say their batteries can store up to 90% of the energy from sunlight.

They are also working on developing solar-based batteries that would store more of the electricity produced.

But they say it will take several years to commercialize a technology that can store electricity for a long time.

They say they are already testing a battery in a small lab in Australia.

The project is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and the U-S Department of Defense.

The three companies are now trying to get funding from venture capitalists, venture capitalists and others to develop a manufacturing process for making solar-biomass batteries.

Antigrad Technologies has also set a goal of selling its technology to automakers, and NanoPower hopes to sell its batteries to manufacturers in the automotive industry as well.

A third company, Energy Cell Corp., has developed a similar technology that uses lasers to produce a high-pressure chemical reaction that produces hydrogen.

This process could eventually be used in batteries for power and heat.

Antigo Battery is a three-person startup based in Austin, Texas, that has raised $250 million in venture capital.

Its CEO, Robert O’Donnell, says his company has an ambitious goal of making solar batteries that can last a decade.

The companies say they have received $400 million from a variety of investors.

Antiga Battery is based in Mountain View, California, and its CEO, Scott Trombetta, says the company is working to commercialise a process that can create a solar-generated electric vehicle battery that can be stored indefinitely.

It has raised a $300 million funding round.

The technology is similar to a battery pack made by another company, Nanofiber.

In this case, a large battery pack can store an energy storage capacity of about 1 kilowatthour.

The battery can store a total of 10,000 times that amount.

The price of a typical lithium ion battery is about $1,000 per kilowatom.

But a new battery can be made using a different process.

One company, SunPower Corp., uses lasers instead of lasers to make solar cells, producing the material that allows for the manufacture of batteries.

SunPower says the material is stable and does not require any chemicals.

It has also raised $1.5 billion from investors including Microsoft Corp. , General Electric Co. and Tesla Motors Inc.

The process is similar, with some modifications, to how batteries were made in the past, but the technology is far less expensive than those of today.

A Solar Impulse spacecraft has flown nearly 6,000 miles (11,000 kilometers) in two weeks.

Its batteries can be charged from a single solar array, which can store energy for up to a year or longer.

A similar process can be used for solar energy storage in cars.