The Lithium Ion SuperPolymer 2.0 battery technology is a new generation of lithium ion batteries.
Electrovaya says the SuperPolymer 2.0 battery technology represents the integration of their automotive and grid knowledge, recent safety enhancements in the aerospace sector and their overall vision of the future design of advanced batteries.
This technology meets the demands of a wide range of applications including electric vehicles, marine, telecom, grid, residential storage and more.
The Company has focused on enhancing its technology by adding more safety features on all levels of the battery system. Key improvements in the battery system include:
-Safety improvements: fire resistance, reduced flammability, anti-propagation
-Wider operating temperature range at both hot and cold extremes
-More efficient thermal management system in a smaller space
-Other improvements along key performance metrics
The module-level and system-level improvements are a result of intensive development at Electrovaya as well as the addition of intellectual property acquired from Tata Motors through the August 2012 acquisition of Miljobil.
The Super Polymer 2.0 will be produced using Electrovaya’s green manufacturing process, which avoids using a toxic chemical called N-Methyl Pyrrolidone (NMP), unlike most lithium ion battery manufacturers.
NMP is known to have a negative effect on human health and many countries have set occupational exposure limits.