Swedish Firms' Sodium-Ion Battery Fusion
- Swedish firms Altris and Polarium have announced a partnership to revolutionize the energy storage market with a sodium-ion battery cell offering higher energy density with abundant, non-toxic raw minerals. Get ready for an innovation that will shake-up the industry!
Swedish firms Altris and Polarium have announced a partnership to develop a sodium-ion battery cell designed to meet the needs of the residential, commercial and industrial energy storage market. Altris’s battery cell has an energy density of 160 Wh per kg and is made from abundant raw minerals without toxic elements such as nickel and cobalt. Polarium's current energy storage solutions are based on lithium-ion but its batteries are cell agnostic, allowing for a quick adaptation to new technologies. Both companies are hopeful about the progress of the partnership and excited about the possibility of adding sodium-ion to Polarium’s product portfolio.
What Benefits Will Altris and Polarium's Sodium-Ion Battery Cell Deliver?
- Extended cycle life: The sodium-ion battery cell offers a longer cycle life than other battery technologies, meaning it can be charged and discharged many times without losing its capacity significantly.
- Cost-efficiency: The sodium-ion battery cell is made from abundant raw minerals, which are cheaper than other battery technologies, resulting in a cost-efficient energy storage solution.
- High energy density: The sodium-ion battery cell has an energy density of 160 Wh per kg, allowing it to store more energy per unit of weight than other battery technologies.
- Safety: The sodium-ion battery cell does not contain any toxic elements such as nickel and cobalt, making it a safer option than other battery technologies.
- Flexibility: Polarium’s batteries are cell agnostic, meaning the sodium-ion battery cell can be easily adapted to the company's existing product portfolio.
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