Rechargeable Batteries

 

LiFePO4 Batteries – Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries

Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) Batteries are the fastest charging and discharging batteries, suitable for use in power tools and electric vehicles. The advantages of traditional Lithium-ion coupled with the safety features of phosphates, make LiFePo4 Battery technology the Lithium-ion technology for the future. LiFePo4 Lithium-ion technology utilizes natural, phosphate-based material and offers the greatest combination […]

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University of Leeds scientists have invented a new type of polymer gel that can be used to make safer, smaller and cheaper lithium batteries. The technology, developed by Professor Ian Ward FRS, a Research Professor of Physics at the University of Leeds, has been licensed to the American company Polystor Energy Corporation, which is conducting […]

Read more >>> Polymer Gel Batteries – Cheaper Flexible Lithium Batteries

Electric vehicle (EV) batteries must be high energy density batteries with high efficiency, light weight, and long cycle life batteries to support low running cost, long range per charge, and high acceleration. All modern electric vehicles are using Lithium-Ion battery. Sodium-Sulfur (NaS) battery will be a cheaper alternative to Lithium-Ion battery. Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. […]

Read more >>> Cheaper Electric Vehicle (EV) Batteries: Sodium-Sulfur Batteries, Alternatives to Lithium-Ion Batteries

Sodium-Sulfur battery is a high energy density rechargeable battery with high efficiency of charge/discharge (89–92%) and long cycle life of battery. Sodium-sulfur battery is a molten-metal type cheaper rechargeable battery to manufacture with inexpensive materials. Sodium-Sulfur (NaS) batteries are suitable for smart grid energy storage, electric vehicles, aerospace (satellites), industrial power battery backup, uninterrupted power […]

Read more >>> Sodium-Sulfur (NaS) Battery: High Energy Density Battery with Long Cycle Life for Electric Vehicles and Power Grid Storage

Batteries Vs EDLC Ultracapacitors are compared in terms of Charge Cycles, Charging Time, Energy Density, Energy Release, Reliability and failure rate, capacity, Overcharge Protection, Efficiency, etc.

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