Seeo

  • Developed own solid-state electrolyte for batteries, a block copolymer with 10-4 S/cm Li-ion conductivity at 80 °C (battery must operate at that temperature)
  • Pairs its polymer electrolyte with metallic lithium anode and lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cathode to get 220 Wh/kg
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