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Panasonic’s New All-Solid-State Batteries are A Game-Changer for Drones and EVs

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Panasonic Holdings is developing all-solid-state batteries primarily for drones. These batteries are expected to be mass-produced in the latter half of the 2020s, offering faster and more efficient energy storage. The key highlight is their ability to charge up to 80% in just 3 minutes, a significant improvement compared to current lithium-ion batteries that take up to an hour to fully charge. This technology has the potential to greatly enhance industries such as agriculture, surveillance, and delivery services. While the specifics of the technology remain undisclosed, insiders suggest that these batteries can endure tens of thousands of charge-discharge cycles, surpassing the typical 3,000 cycles of lithium-ion batteries. Beyond drones, all-solid-state batteries are poised to revolutionize the electric vehicle market, with companies like Toyota planning to integrate them into their EVs by 2027-2028. Panasonic emphasizes the need for collaboration with automakers for successful implementation, stating that it cannot be achieved by a single company alone.



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  • George Kariuki

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    This holds great promise for a more efficient and sustainable future in transportation and beyond.

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    • winnie nguru

      39 w

      Very innovative minds . Good job Panasonic

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      • johnte ndeto

        39 w

        Mass production of the batteries will come in hand with the effectiveness of clean energy provision

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        • Rashid Kamau

          39 w

          Green technological innovations will effectively reduce carbon emissions.

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          • Grace Njeri

            39 w

            Green technology is the way to fight climate change.

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            • Tabitha Kimani

              39 w

              When it comes to batteries, power storage and charging time is the deal breaker. This is a marvelous innovation by Panasonic.

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              • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

                39 w

                The innovation by Panasonic in developing all-solid-state batteries is a groundbreaking advancement that has the potential to significantly accelerate our transition towards a more sustainable future. These batteries, with their ability to charge up to 80% in just 3 minutes and endure tens of thousands of charge-discharge cycles, promise to reshape multiple industries, including agriculture, surveillance, and delivery services.

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                • walter lungayi

                  39 w

                  The development of all-solid-state batteries with faster and more efficient energy storage is an exciting breakthrough in battery technology. The focus on drones is particularly interesting, as it could lead to unprecedented efficiency in industries such as agriculture, surveillance, and delivery services. The potential for these batteries to revolutionize the electric vehicle market is also noteworthy, with companies like Toyota already planning to integrate them into their EVs by 2027-2028. Collaboration between companies will be crucial for successful implementation of this technology. Overall, this development has the potential to greatly enhance energy storage capabilities and efficiency across various industries.

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                  • walter lungayi

                    39 w

                    Indeed this is a game changer.

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