The Perfect Rechargeable Battery?
- Dec 23, 2021 4:41 pm GMT
From a chemical standpoint one battery chemistry, lithium-sulfur appears to be perfect, except for several major issues that made it totally non-viable in the past.
Now a Company has designed a fix for all of these problems, by designing a completely new cathode material, and they will begin limited production of these batteries by the end of the this year.
This post is about this development, how it as the potential to be a game-changer for a number of industries, and how this development is different than every other “battery of the future.”
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