24M surpasses 250 Whkg on the road to 400

first_imgBattery company 24Mhas announced that it has developed commercially viable Nickel Manganese Cobalt(NMC) cells with an energy density above 250 Wh/kg. The company has also deliveredsimilar NMC cells with an energy density above 280 Wh/kg to an industrialpartner.24M’s new NMC cells were built with the company’s SemiSolidlithium-ion battery design, which it claims can improve battery performancewhile reducing cost. 24M is hoping to achieve an energy density target of 350Wh/kgby the end of 2019, with the ultimate goal to exceed 400 Wh/kg.“…we were able to leverage our novel electrode, cell andmanufacturing approach to exceed 280 Wh/kg, a significant step towardsdelivering low-cost lithium-ion cells with industry-leading performance to theEV market,” said 24M CTO Naoki Ota.Source: 24M Source: Electric Vehicles Magazinelast_img

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