YouGen has featured Aceleron as the developer of an "encouraging" breakthrough that the lithium battery industry is needing.
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YouGen has featured Aceleron as the developer of an "encouraging" breakthrough that the lithium battery industry is needing. Their article titled "Breakthrough for batteries? – Company claims that batteries last up to 25 years" addresses the issues in the industry, as well as focuses on the solutions that Aceleron's technology is bringing to the table.
Aceleron claims that its new battery packs are held together by compression which means that they can be easily disassembled. The products also include smart management technology which helps identify if there is a problem with the battery, allowing the performance of fuel cells and other components to be monitored. Therefore, if there is a problem with one component of the battery, failing parts can be swapped out or even upgraded if and when new and improved parts become available.
This supposed breakthrough is encouraging in a time where demand for batteries is increasing with the growth in electric car sales and increased demand for battery storage systems.
Adapting EV batteries to be repurposed would encourage reuse and support a circular ecosystem – including creating additional storage capacity to support an influx of EVs and charge points on the grid. Carlton Cummins, Co-Founder, discusses with James Cook for The Telegraph.
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