Tokyo —Nissan is working with NASA to develop a new type of battery for electric vehicles that charges faster, is lighter and safer, a Japanese automaker said Friday.
According to Nissan, all-solid-state batteries will replace the lithium-ion batteries currently in use for the 2028 product launch and the 2024 pilot plant launch.
Nissan said the battery is stable enough for use in pacemakers. When complete, it will be about half the size of your current battery and will be fully charged in 15 minutes instead of hours.
Collaboration with the US Space Program and the University of California, San Diego will include testing a variety of materials, Kazuhiro Doi told reporters.
“Both NASA and Nissan need the same type of battery,” he said.
Nissan and NASA use a computerized database, the “Original Materials Informatics Platform,” to test different combinations to see what works best of the hundreds of thousands of materials. Mr. Doi said that he was there.
The goal is to avoid the use of expensive materials such as rare earth metals required for lithium-ion batteries.
Nissan also relies on its historic experience with the Leaf electric vehicle, which first went on the market in 2010 and sold more than 500,000 units worldwide, albeit with different battery technologies, Doi and other companies. Said a person concerned.
Reef batteries haven’t had any major accidents on the road, and some of the technology, such as battery cell laminating, remains commonplace, they said.
Other automakers, including Japanese rivals Toyota Motor Company, Volkswagen Germany, and US carmakers Ford Motor Company and General Motors, are working on all-solid-state batteries.
Recently, General Motors and Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co., Ltd. said they are cooperating with the next generation of electric vehicles.
However, Nissan Vice President Kunio Nakaguro said Nissan is very competitive and promises that the battery under development will be a “game changer.”
Concerns about the use of fossil fuels have led to clean energy incentives by the government, resulting in more consumers purchasing and growing interest in electric vehicles. Climate change And pollution. EV sector players such as Tesla and Waymo are also growing and competition is intensifying.
Yokohama-based Nissan has been eager to be behind it... He was arrested in 2018 for various financial misconduct in Japan, but was released on bail in late 2019 and now lives in his ancestral country, Lebanon, which has no extradition treaty with Japan. I’m out. He says he is innocent.
Ghosn, who has led Nissan for 20 years, is at the forefront of the company’s electric vehicle drives, producing subcompact models for March and luxury models for Infiniti.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/nissan-nasa-game-changing-electric-vehicle-batteries-stable-pacemakers/ Nissan says NASA is teaming up with “game-changing” electric vehicle batteries that are stable enough to be used in pacemakers.