When can we expect to see a lithium-ion battery that costs half as much as today, charges an EV in minutes and is made from recyclable materials?
Accelerating the energy transition requires more and more electrification every year. Powering our micro grids, electric vehicles and devices with the most efficient batteries possible is crucial. One of the main issues with batteries today is they emit a lot of heat; energy is wasted as its expelled, leading to inefficiencies, not to mention safety concerns.
KULR, a maker of energy management platforms and batteries, think they have a solution. On the Interchange Recharged today, host David Banmiller is joined by Michael Mo, CEO of KULR. They combine battery safety with advancements in AI-powered data analytics to manage energy more efficiently. Michael discusses with David the advancements in battery technology and how they can accelerate electrification.
It’s not just batteries that would benefit from advanced cooling and AI – energy storage will also see the benefits. High-powered battery cells, stacked in a configuration of 18 units, provide safe energy when its needed. These modular based storage cells are cooled by a thermal management system.
The real-world uses for the next generation of batteries, from aviation to space exploration (Michael gives us some details on the KULR/NASA partnership never previously released), could deliver on the biggest need we have in the energy transition: fast-charging, safe, powerful, recyclable batteries.
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Wood Mackenzie’s Solar & Energy Storage Summit is back, taking place at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco on June 21 and 22. Join expert solar and storage analysts for discussions with leading grid-scale utilities, solar and energy storage developers and federal policy makers.
How is the IRA catapulting the development of solar and storage in North America? How can we continue to build a productive environment for solar and energy storage as we move forward with the energy transition? What is required to nurture the development of a thriving localized storage component supply chain?
Expect two days of panel discussions, presentations and workshops, as we explore the opportunities for solar and storage in the coming decades.