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Explosive potential for electronically powered vehicles and supporting infrastructure
Consumer electronic trends have been reliant on battery power technologies since innovation evolved from a static power source into portable power sources.
More recent advancements in innovative design have come from the automobile industry as engineers explore consumer benefits of electric and hybrid vehicles. The potential for electronically powered vehicles is huge. Upwards of 20 million electric cars are expect to be deployed by 2020, and between 40 and 70 million by 2025.
Requirements to reach analyst expectations by 2020 are dependent on efficiency improvements from the battery power source, which demands more output from less space, charge to be held longer and for rapid re-charging under safety conditions.
SSEC Energy's research demonstrates that its Solid-State process technologies are capable of delivering the advancements essential to sufficiently meet requirements.
Since 2014 SSEC Energy Collaboration Initiative has developed key partnerships with leading manufacturers and corporations to develop Solid-state battery potential and to deliver on its objectives.
So far, testing and results have advanced towards improvements in cost efficiency and performance output of Solid-state-Lithium-ion electrolyte materials.Read more