BATTERY INNOVATOR SECURES INTERNATIONAL TESTING AGREEMENTS
Written on the 4 August 2016 by James Perkins
A QUEENSLAND company working to improve lithium-ion batteries has secured agreements with two international manufacturing companies to test its technology.
Moroz explains the difference in the Nano-Nouvelle technology, "The structure of the electrode is different than the way anodes are made for batteries now. Currently, the particles of active material are placed in a layer on the flat copper foil. Thicker layers are required for higher energy, but it degrades the rate capabilities and the power you can draw from the electrode as the particles get further away from the conductor."