Work On Energy-Efficient Battery Materials Awarded
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority has awarded $650,000 to Primet Precision Materials of Ithaca to further the company’s work on developing a more energy-efficient process to manufacture high-end battery materials.
The funds are intended to be the used for the development of lithium titanate anode material which could improve battery safety and and make more efficient rechargeable batteries for a number of uses.
Primet is working on rechargeable battery materials that offer better energy storage than most batteries made today. The materials can also be manufactured at a lower cost. Once manufactured, the materials will be used to make demonstration cells of various sizes.
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