As traditional batteries struggle to keep up with today's demands for mobile devices due to energy-draining, shortened life cycles, the world turns to Lithium Titanate with hope and confidence in a future of better, more sustainable and efficient energy storage solutions.
The solution that is most ideal for mobile energy storage is Lithium Titanate technology which utilizes advanced nano-technology processes to produce anodes with a surface area that is substantially larger than that of Li-ion batteries which are commonly used today.
This advantage allows Lithium Titanate batteries to have a life cycle of up to 20,000 cycles as compared to only 400 in standard Li-ion batteries.
Additionally, the efficiency of this mobile energy storage solution allows for a recharge efficiency of up to 98%, much higher than conventional energy storage mechanisms.
Furthermore, Lithium Titanate offers the highest energy to weight ratio seen yet, creating exciting opportunities for its applications for devices that require a low weight battery, such as small vehicles and electrical cars and other vehicles. With the automotive industry relying more and more on light-weight designs, the optimal solution for these products depends on low-weight Lithium Titanate technology.
Lithium Titanate batteries for mobile energy also offer the advantage in that they are able to store and deliver a current that is between 30 and 100 times that of regular Li-ion batteries.
It is for this obvious reason that the future of mobile energy storage must rely on nanotechnology that brings the advantages of a longer lifetime, shorter recharge cycles, light weight, as well as high levels of safety and efficiency.