The partnership aims to mass-produce battery cells for future battery electric vehicles.
This technology contributes to the realization of a sustainable society by helping facilitate reuse and recycling of lithium-ion batteries.
An innovative Lithium-Sulfur (Li-S) battery offers a two-fold reduction in battery system weight resulting in a significant increase in flight duration.
An inexpensive lightweight aluminum-air battery, nine times more capacious than lithium-ion, and easier to recycle.
The battery will improve vessel performance and reliability while reducing CO2 emissions.
The ‘water battery’, featuring 6,000 solar panels and a thermal energy storage tank, cuts grid energy use at the Sunshine Coast campus by 40 percent.
Each of these "flying batteries" increases the flight time of a large drone by about 5 minutes.