the future is ELECTRIC
the future is ELECTRIC
Swiss Battery (Swissbattery.com) has over ten years experience in specialty chemicals, polymers & materials.
Swiss Battery is an independent early-stage start-up company developing next-generation lithium batteries using cutting-edge engineered cathode battery materials, electrolytes, and chemicals for highly demanding electric automotive and aviation applications.
The firm Swiss Battery has partnered with five world-leading top Universities in Europe and in the United States of America, and with a Nobel laureate and has been awarded with multiple prizes.
The technology of Swiss Battery is suitable for a high-energy/high-power applications which can boost the range of electric airplanes.
Electric aircraft are all sizes, from electric passenger airplane to all sizes of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) used for agricultural applications and defense.
But the electric aviation has yet to take off, and for one good reason – lack of batteries for longer ranges and for larger electric aircraft vehicles.
Swiss Battery’s patent-pending technology provides a solution using cutting-edge battery materials and chemicals.
Swiss Battery’s high-energy-density battery technology, can boost the range of electric cars and lower cost per stored kWh.
Today’s electric cars (EV’s) run on lithium-ion batteries which are using cobalt, manganese and high-grade nickel, whose prices are soaring, and their supply chain for the industry is a problem.
Swiss Battery’s patent pending accumulator inventions provides a solution by substituting critical heavy-metals with tailor-made, renewable battery materials and chemicals.
The Swiss Battery Technology has the potential to mass produce rechargeable batteries using a renewable organic cathode and in the near future.
The extensive adoption of Li-ion batteries employed in electric cars and consumer electronics will need order of magnitude more natural resources to a large extent for the automotive industry.
The expected rapid surge in batteries can result in new resource shortage and battery supply chain risks.
To reinforce the resilience and sustainability of battery supply chains of the automotive and battery industry and to reduce primary resource (mining metals) dependencies, new solutions and concepts are of high interest.
Swiss Battery’s rechargeable patent-pending swiss batteries employing a cathode-material and chemical-substitution strategy, avoiding the use of toxic heavy-metals.
The high-performance swiss batteries are made from abundant sources, which can overcome the issue of i) raw material shortage and ii) high risk international dependencies.