Polymer batteries will revolutionize electric vehicles
In recent years, lithium-ion batteries have become present in a wide range of applications, including electric vehicles.
The most important problem facing batteries currently is their high cost, universities and companies have developed their goal to increase efficiency and performance while lowering the cost in the battery industry. In the latest experiments, the Fraunhofer Institute of Technology is testing a new technology in the manufacture of dual-pole-chip batteries based on polymer techniques, and despite a rather subtle and complex design, these batteries can be manufactured in a low-cost manufacturing process.
It is noteworthy that these polymers contain a high percentage of the Garvite, which is one of the materials that the researchers aspire to access their useful applications in batteries, each in its own way. For electric cars, this technology will allow it to have a larger capacity that lowers the weight of cars and the space consumed by the batteries.