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Lithium-ion cells are frequently used in automotive battery packs. In these batteries, the chemical that stores the energy is known as the “energy carrier,” and it is lithium.
It is very practical due to its high energy-to-weight ratio. This is a crucial consideration because the size of the entire battery array required to power, say, a heavy-duty truck, is fairly large and can result in a significant increase in the vehicle’s weight.
Heavy-duty vehicles may have as many as six battery packs, each of which can weigh up to 500 kg. However, batteries are also advancing quickly in order to increase their capacity per kilogram. High power capacity is another feature of lithium-ion batteries, both when charging and discharging.
The Japan Electric truck battery market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Nissan and NASA are developing a new kind of electric vehicle battery that claims to charge more quickly, be lighter, and be safe. The current lithium-ion battery will be replaced with the all-solid-state battery.
Testing of various materials is part of the collaboration with the American space programme and the University of California, San Diego.
Utilizing an electronic database known as the “original material informatics platform,” Nissan and NASA are testing various combinations to determine which of the thousands of materials performs best.
The intention is to avoid using pricy components like rare metals, which are essential for lithium-ion batteries. Other automaker is developing all-solid-state batteries, including Toyota Motor Corp., a rival in Japan.
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