Chin up "helpfulguy" from Sweden... Your post on ES "Thread for new battery breakthrough PR releases" totally relevant. Carry On Sir.
^^ NICE find. ...rojitor wrote: ↑Dec 03, 2017 1:21 pmhttps://news.samsung.com/global/samsung ... ging-speed
... as seen on TV...Hanssing wrote: ↑Nov 27, 2017 4:35 amFisker hypes solid-state 1min recharge, 800km range:
http://www.greencarcongress.com/2017/11 ... isker.html
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The specs look promising, but we’ll have to wait to find out if it works as described in the real world.
The Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) has presented promising test results of a new a graphene–silica assembly, called a graphene ball that improves battery performance.
The new concept apparently increases the energy density of the cells to over 400 Wh/kg, as well as cycle life and fast charging capability.
SAIT reports a 78.6% capacity retention after 500 ultra-fast cycles at 5C current (12-minute charging) at a high temperature of 60˚C. The capacity should of course fade slower when charging at lower speeds.
While we are of course concerned about another breakthrough in battery technology that exists only in the lab, this time it’s released by researchers that are connected to giant battery manufacturer Samsung SDI.
"8 times (or 3 or 2 or 1.3) capacity and potentially lower prices in 5 or 10 years time.""Enabling the high capacity of lithium-rich anti-fluorite lithium iron oxide by simultaneous anionic and cationic redox"
I really wish I am wrong. But tell me why this sound wrong:
To clarify, I get the feeling this is a vapor ware startup, things don't add up. I wish I am wrong.rojitor wrote: ↑Jan 14, 2018 7:43 amNothing wrong with that.... anything positive about that? Of course not.
Powerbanks are often made with defective cells discarded for better use. I wish we had graphene available for our battery packs. That's all. Nothing to worry about and Nothing to celebrate either. I wish Nothing but the best for that startup.
.....it can double the radius” that a drone can fly, and “quadruple the area covered,” said SolidEnergy Systems CEO and founder Qichao Hu.............
A123 guy "buys in"? Interesting...The company also announced that Bud Collins, the former CEO of NEC Energy Solutions and President of A123 Energy Solutions, has joined SolidEnergy Systems as COO. With extensive experience spanning nearly three decades, Bud brings valuable experience in management, product and business development to SolidEnergy during a period of rapid growth. As COO, Bud will lead and direct the company’s operations enabling further growth into the UAV, Wearables, Smartphones and Electric Vehicles markets. “I am very excited to join SolidEnergy Systems at this moment in time where they are entering into the commercialization phase of their technologies,” said Collins. “SolidEnergy’s ability to leverage existing infrastructure of cell manufacturers is a key enabler in bringing their technology to market quickly and with the highest quality.”