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Solid State Battery: How can it DOUBLE Tesla performance?

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Solid State Battery: How can it DOUBLE Tesla performance?
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0:00 Intro
00:35 How do solid-state batteries work?
04:04 Which companies are involved in solid-state battery development?
08:42 outro
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Solid State Battery: How can it DOUBLE Tesla performance?
Solid-state batteries, you may have heard that term before or not. It is a highly compelling technology that, if it can achieve mainstream mass production at an affordable price, could revolutionize energy consumption across various sectors, particularly transportation. These batteries promise significantly higher energy density than current lithium-ion batteries, along with ultra-fast charging times and longer operational lifetimes.
Solid State Battery: How can it DOUBLE Tesla performance?
In today’s video, we will address the following questions: How do solid-state batteries work? Which companies are investing in this field? And how could these batteries potentially double your Tesla’s performance?
How do solid-state batteries work?
Solid State Battery: How can it DOUBLE Tesla performance? But before delving into the specifics of solid-state batteries, let’s touch on the basics of EV batteries first. Most electric vehicles nowadays rely on lithium-ion batteries, which consist of four main components: a cathode, an anode, a separator, and an electrolyte. The cathode is typically made of a lithium-based material like lithium-nickel-manganese oxide, while the anode is commonly made of graphite. Surrounding these components is a liquid electrolyte, which is a mixture of lithium salts dissolved in a flammable solvent. To prevent short circuits, there is a separator membrane in the middle of the electrolyte that only allows ions to pass through.
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5 Comments

  1. Great design! Now if it was only available…

  2. This further demonstrates that EVs are here to stay. We are in an evolutionary phase for EVs, which will last until 2030 by which time they will be considered mature automotive technology. Those that fail to invest in EVs will be banished to the scrapheap of history.

  3. Personally I wouldn't believe a word Toyota say. First it's solid state batteries by 2015 after "amazing breakthroughs", then it's hydrogen fuel cells, then it's hydrogen combustion engines, then it's emission free petrol engines. If Toyota said the sky was blue I'd still look out my window to check.

  4. Perhaps someone will bring out an EV with four battery packs each rated at 20 kW hours, that can be charged in parallel. Charging multiple smaller batteries in parallel allows for distributing the charging load across multiple charging points, which can help mitigate the slowdown in charging rates that typically occurs as a battery approaches full capacity. By spreading the charging load, you can maintain higher charging rates for a longer duration, potentially reducing overall charging time and maximizing charging efficiency.  I can envisage an EV with four battery packs with each offering say 80 miles range and charges almost four times the speed. A battery management system would utilise the batteries as required, based on the divers operating and charging habits.

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