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Old 05-16-2019, 11:43 AM   #58 (permalink)
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Tesla acquires Maxwell

Maxwell claims that its dry electrode tech enables an energy density of over 300 Wh/kg in current demonstration cells and they see a path to over 500 Wh/kg.

Thatís believed to be about 15 to 100 percent better than Teslaís current technology.

They also demonstrate close to 90% capacity retention after almost 1,500 cycles and their cells maintain their capacity at higher discharge rates and much better than the same cells without their dry electrode.

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