Innolith announced the technology of electric vehicles with mileage up to 1000 kmApril 5, 2019
The Swiss launch announced its readiness to present the breakthrough battery technology for electric cars. The charge storage density increased to 1000 watt-hours per kilogram.
Innolith, recently created by former employees of the impoverished manufacturer Alevo, is ready to present a breakthrough in the electricity storage segment. The company managed to create the first experimental sample of a battery with a storage density of 1000 watt-hours per kilogram. Modern high-end tesla standard batteries are capable of storing about 250 watt-hours per kg.
According to preliminary estimates, this will allow a power reserve of up to 1,000 km to be reached. Pilot production of advanced batteries will begin very soon at a factory in Germany. The startup management plans to complete the development and submit commercial samples within 3-5 years, that is, they will appear on the market no earlier than 2022.
Innolith technology is still based on a liquid electrolyte, but it uses an inorganic salt-like substance. Experts say the new electrolyte is more stable and less flammable. It also allows you to simplify the assembly of batteries and reduce the degradation of batteries.
Currently Innolith batteries are thoroughly tested in the power supply network of the American company PJM Grid.
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