Category Archives: Batteries

6 minute charging

 

“rapid charge capability for a 20 minute charge on a 400V 63Amp connection”

source :: 25-04-2010

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A Maior Bateria do Mundo

No Futuro não muito distante terá de existir um modo de armazenar eficientemente energia solar e eólica. Para responder a este desafio a Evonik Industries e alguns parceiros estão a desenvolver a maior bateria de Lítio cerâmica do Mundo. A bateria será baseada na tecnologia CERIO, uma combinação especial de materiais cerâmicos e materiais condutores, que garantem uma grande capacidade de armazenamento de energia, de modo seguro e capaz de suportar vários ciclos de carga e descarga.

Numa primeira fase será desenvolvida uma bateria capaz de armazenar 700 kWh e com uma capacidade de saída de 1 MW. Para se ter uma ideia da performance esperada note-se que se a bateria fosse carregada e descarregada completamente a cada 15 minutos, teríamos uma energia correspondente à utilizada por 4000 habitações durante um ano.

Depois de construída a bateria de 1 MW, o projecto passará para a fase seguinte, que envolve a construção de uma bateria com uma capacidade de 10 Mw.

Esta tecnologia poderá vir a ser importante no futuro, para a estabilização das flutuações na rede de distribuição de energia eléctrica causadas pelos geradores eólicos e solares. A sua utilização poderá aumentar a eficiência da rede de produção de energia e melhorar a qualidade da distribuição.

Source Elektor

:: 20-03-2010

How to make Lithium Polymer Batteries for Electric Car

:: 28-02-2010

Lithium Batteries

A More Detailed Look at a Prismatic Li-ion Cell and Pack Manufacturing Process. Read News

in GreenCarCongress :: 23-02-2010

Nissan Leaf

Nissan Leaf pack batteries. See.

Agência Fianceira :: 15-02-2010

EnerDel Will Develop Batteries for Residential Smart Grid Storage Project Near Tokyo

“Fans and critics of using EV batteries as storage for the Smart Grid will want to keep their eyes on EnerDel’s Tokyo residential Smart Grid energy storage project with long-time partner ITOCHU Corporation. EnerDel’s batteries will be used for both high-speed EV charging and as storage for the local electric grid. If it works out well, EnerDel stands to benefit from what could be a secondary market for its car batteries — which would reduce battery cost and probably give the EV market a serious boost.” Read News

in :: SmartGrid :: 04-02-2010

Tesla – Charging Solutions

“Which one is right for you? Tesla offers three charging solutions, each with key benefits. Our customers typically select a solution that matches their lifestyle.”

Three different solutions to charge the Tesla batteries. Ver

in TelaMotors :: 29-01-2010

EnerDel Selected to Supply Batteries for Japanese Electric Bus Demo

“Lithium-ion battery maker EnerDel announced today that it has been selected to provide the advanced, heavy duty battery systems used to power Japan’s first lithium-ion-powered electric bus. The vehicle, which is already complete and ready to roll, was converted by Tokyo R&D, and is scheduled to hit the streets on regular local routes in Toyama, a coastal city located on the Sea of Japan.” Ler Noticía

in EnerDel :: 26-01-2010

Mitsubishi Chemical Slashes Cobalt Content of Lithium Ion Batteries

“Mitsubishi Chemical Corp. has developed a material for the positive electrode of lithium ion batteries that contains just one-third the normal amount of costly cobalt. The company will begin shipping samples this year with an eye on the potentially huge market of batteries for hybrid cars and electric vehicles.” Ler Noticía

in PowerPulse :: 26-01-2010

Tesla and Panasonic Collaborate to Develop Next-Generation Battery Cell Technology

“Tesla Motors and Panasonic announced that they will collaborate to develop next-generation battery cells for electric vehicles. Tesla will use Panasonic’s battery cells in their newest battery packs. The cells are comprised of Nickel-based Lithium ion chemistry, the highest energy density battery cells in production today, preferred by Tesla for EV applications because of their high capacity, light weight, durability, and long life.” “"Being selected by Tesla to provide cells for their current and next- generation EV battery pack is a tremendous validation of Panasonic’s nickel-based chemistry and the extensive investments Panasonic continues to make in lithium ion R&D and production," said Naoto Noguchi, President of Panasonic Energy Company.” Ler Noticía

in PowerPulse :: 25-01-2010