OneD Battery Sciences has introduced SINANODE, a technology to power the next generation of silicon-based EV batteries. The SINANODE process fuses silicon nanowires onto commercial graphite powders, which the company says triples the energy density of the anode while cutting its cost per kWh in half. The higher energy density increases battery range while nanowires shorten charging time.
“EV demand will be driven by range, charge time and cost, and our SINANODE technology addresses each of these purchase drivers in a significant way,” said CEO Vincent Pluvinage. “Bottom line, 2025 winners of the EV race will be powered by the only technology equipped to get the most silicon into the battery.”
“What Silicon nanowires can do for the EV battery is simply remarkable, and represents the most long-awaited innovation for the industry,” said Fabrice Hudry, who has just joined OneD as Chief Commercial Officer. “Joining OneD Battery Sciences as the company launches its pilot program is an incredible new opportunity at the perfect time, as I’ve seen firsthand what SINANODE can do to reduce costs and optimize performance immediately.”
Source: OneD Battery Sciences