Next generation of battery energy source
Graphene li batteries are more robust than legacy lithium-ion batteries
Graphene Li Battery
Lithium-ion batteries have been the favored power source in advancing electronic devices technologies over the past decade. Limitations on the charging and discharge of lithium-ion batteries has stifled the development of what is technologically possible in an advancing Internet of Things (IoT) space.
Electronic vehicles, smart transportation, manufacturing and health care applications are being evermore reliant on a more robust and customizable energy source. SSEC Energy has identified graphene as a nano-technology that possesses the versatility to be engineered around a many number of commercial solutions. At a single atom in thickness, graphene is a high conductor of electricity and can be layered with other metals to create powerful, custom design compounds.
Commercial potential for graphene battery compounds
In meeting the demands of an evolving mobile lifestyle, there is much pressure on electrical engineers to develop an energy source that will facilitate the next generation of application capabilities.
Overcoming current limitations in application development is heavily reliant on an improvement on existing energy flow technologies. SSEC Energy's graphene based intellectual property is looking to expose limitations by delivering a battery that is capable of withstanding the rigors of mobile energy consumption.