Enevate announces 5-minute extreme fast battery charging

Enevate Corporation announces 5-minute extreme fast charge battery technology for electric vehicles. The Irvine-based lithium-ion battery company announces HD-Energy® Technology for Electric Vehicles (EVs) charged in just 5 minutes with high energy density and mileage up to 240 miles (390 km) or 60 seconds for about 50 miles (80 km).

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Enevate Corporation says the super fast charging system and meets the automotive requirements for better density, range and energy costs than any other Li-ion technology available today. HD-Energy Technology is implementing silicon for future generations for automotive EV manufacturers and suppliers worldwide.

Fast charging technology has become a race of developers to serve electric vehicles where drivers have been accustomed to spending 5 minutes or less at the station to fill up the traditional car's gas tank. Earlier, Israeli company StoreDot had claimed their batteries recharged in just 5 minutes.

Conventional graphite cell technology will be significantly degraded in extreme fast charging, but Enevate says innovative silicon Li-ion battery technology enables it to be charged in 5 minutes with an energy density range over 750Wh/L.

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"Enevate's dominant HD-Energy technology benefit enables next-generation features that bring the EV to the next level," says Enevate founder and CEO Benjamin Park.

"Extreme and easy filling, higher energy density and longer range, and keeping cool temperatures provide an inherent security advantage as an ideal battery for electric vehicles," Park said.

HD-Energy technology safely charges and releases power up to -40C and captures more energy during regenerative braking that extends coverage in cold climates. Batteries are inherently resistant to lithium coating during fast charging and when charging at low temperatures that have been a major challenge for conventional graphite Li-ion cells.