Our solid-state batteries deliver 2.5 times higher energy density of current lithium-ion batteries.
Because of this advancement in energy density, our solid-state battery is much smaller and lighter. This is a considerable increase that will have a major improvement on the battery's capability.
Our solid-state battery has the potential to charge up to 80% in 15 minutes and is more durable after numerous charging cycles. After 1,000 cycles, a lithium-ion battery begins to degrade and lose power capability. Our solid-state battery will retain 90% of its capacity after 5,000 cycles.
Lithium-ion batteries are more dangerous than our solid-state battery. Exothermic reactions, which release energy and produce heat, occur within lithium-ion batteries. A Lithium-ion battery could expand and explode due to this heat, unleashing a flammable liquid electrolyte and creating a minor explosion. Because there is no flammable liquid electrolyte in our solid-state battery, the risk is entirely eliminated.
Our solid-state battery will retain
of its capacity after
higher energy density