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New Lithium Si-Graphene Battery Material Opens Doors

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The work is showing extraordinary results. Independent full cell tests reveal unrivaled performance characteristics, with an energy density of 525WH/Kg and specific anode capacity 1,250mAh/g. In contrast, most commercial LIBs have an energy density of between 100-180WH/kg and a specific anode capacity of 325mAh/g. 'This equates to more than a 300% improvement in LIB capacity and an estimated 70% reduction in lifetime cost for batteries used in consumer electronics, EVs, and grid-scale energy storage,' said CalBattery CEO Phil Roberts. [Note: Electric storage goes hand-in-hand with bringing full solar production to fruition. This jump is storage capacity is HUGE! dg]
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