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Flexible batteries
Posted on 28-May-2003 18:37 | Filed under: News

Flexible batteries
VoltaFlex is developing rechargeable lithium and lithium-ion batteries that are flat and very thin, resembling a piece of paper. These flexible batteries will be much thinner, lighter, safer, less expensive and have an energy density that is 2x to 4x compared to current lithium batteries.

VoltaFlex sees thin film battery products as one of the highest growth markets in sight. These solid-state batteries are a perfect solution for portable computing and telephony devices, for storing electricity produced by photovoltaic solar panels, and eventually as batteries for electric cars and other machinery.


More information: http://www.voltaflex.com...
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