- The company claims to have made the world's first 1,000 Wh/kg rechargeable battery.
- "It's a big jump," Innolith chairman Alan Greenshields said in an interview with The Verge .
- Most current electric cars are powered by "wet" lithium-ion batteries, which use liquid electrolytes to move energy around.
- Innolith still uses "wet" liquid electrolytes in its lithium-ion batteries, but there's one major difference: the company replaces the organic (and highly flammable) solvent containing the electrolytes with an inorganic substance that's more stable and less flammable.
Electric car battery with 600 miles of range? This startup claims to have done it
3 April 2019 6:30 PM GMT