Battery Streak Patented Nanostructured Tech
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Fast Charging Battery Technology Using Niobium
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Technology that changes everything
Today, Battery Streak technology allows lithium ion batteries to charge at up to 6C with high energy density. We are always working on faster materials and our roadmap has Battery Streak fully charging electric cars in the time it take to fill up a tank of gas.
Leading Edge Battery Tech
Battery Streak’s patented technology uses nanostructured materials to dramatically decrease lithium ion intercalation distance in the charge process.
No Phase Transition: Unlike conventional batteries, charging our batteries does not create chemical phase changes, making sure the lithium ions are transported in a massively parallel manner.
Charging Like a Capacitor: Our materials consist of mesoporous nanostructures which store charge on the material surface. This process is much faster than a chemical storage process and generates substantially less heat per unit of current.
High Coulombic Efficiency: Battery Streak avoids efficiency drop in a battery by preventing fast-charging side effects, such as electrolyte breakdown and metal ion dissolution, resulting in dramatically less heat generated while charging.
Higher Long-Term Capacity: The high coulombic efficiency of our battery leads to longer lifetimes with capacity retention greater than 80% after 3,000 cycles.
Challenges of Present Technology
Present day lithium ion batteries try to charge faster by increasing current and/or voltage.
No Brute-Force: Brute force (i.e. higher current) will work to a degree when charging a conventional battery. However, the more “brute force” applied to the charge process, the more damage occurs to the battery electrodes, which decreases battery life. None of these issues are present with Battery Streak batteries.