Mar 18, 2020

Has Samsung Found The Holy Grail Of Solid State Batteries?

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While most electric cars already travel further per charge than most people need them to on a daily basis, there’s still a massive hunt to find the longest-range, cheapest, longest-life battery pack possible for future generations of EVs.

We’ve known for a while that solid-state technology is likely to play a massive part in next-generation electric cars — but exactly what the make up of those solid-state batteries will be is still unknown.

Earlier today though, Samsung announced a new battery breakthrough that it says will make it possible to build a solid-state battery pack capable of more than 800-miles per charge while halving the physical battery size compared to today’s battery packs.

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Presenter: nikki gordon-bloomfield produced: transport evolved

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