Taiwanese company, Advanced Lithium Electrochemistry (Aleees) has invented a new twin-layered nano-coating technology through which olivine materials can be coated with carbon compounds that measure 5 nm in thickness. This enables the olivine material to enhance its structure and extend its battery life by 2.7 times.
Traditionally, the development of electric vehicles has been hindered due to the short life of batteries. Detailed studies show that the nano-coating technology can improve the life of the battery to 5,400 recharges and more from the present 2,000 recharges and at the same time ensure that the battery’s capacity remains at 80%. If a breakthrough is achieved in increasing battery life, then the production of electric vehicles for commercial purposes will also be speeded up. The company participated in the 220th edition of the Electromechanical Society Meeting which was recently held in Boston.
The main focus of Aleees is to manufacture Lithium iron phosphate batteries which have high quality and safety levels. The storage system offered by Aleees can be used in applications such as Power tools, Robots, E-Bike, medical devices, aviation crafts, household appliances and UPS.