Electrification with Advanced
With transportation accounting for approximately 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and a staggering 75% stemming from road travel, the electrification of the transportation sector stands as a critical strategy in reducing environmental impact. However, the electric vehicle (EV) industry faces hurdles including supply chain issues, higher ownership costs, and insufficient charging infrastructure. These factors, combined with performance concerns like extended charging times and range anxiety, have tempered the industry’s growth.
While Lithium-ion batteries, particularly LFP and NMC chemistries, have been pivotal in initiating the EV revolution, they fall short in fully addressing the industry’s rapid electrification needs.
This is where graphene-based battery technology steps in as a game-changing solution.
Graphene, known for its exceptional electro-mechanical properties, addresses many of the limitations of traditional Lithium-ion batteries. Its high surface area leads to significantly increased energy storage capacity, assuaging consumer concerns over range. Additionally, its superior electrical conductivity drastically reduces charging times, enhancing convenience.
Graphene batteries not only extend the range, easing the demand for extensive charging infrastructure, but also boast safe operation and longer lifespans, thereby offering greater life-cycle value and reducing total cost of ownership concerns.
Key advantages of graphene batteries include:
Charging times under 20 minutes for 100% State of Charge (SOC).
Lifecycles ranging between 4,000 to 6,000.
1.5 to 2 times the range for the same battery capacity.
To learn more about how our cutting-edge graphene battery technology and commercialization plans are set to revolutionize the transportation industry, contact us today.