# 94 % of the worlds batteries use Lithium, a chemical mined in China, to make batteries.
# Lithium is easy to use in re-chargeables, and can be re-charged multiple times – which is how currently devise function.
# Lithium also makes the world dependent on China.
# We use colloidal silicate, banded with high surface area additives, printed on stable & strong metal, to transmit electricity. As the insides of our devices are printed, we have more space for storage. In terms of re-charging, we are 14 x faster than a regular Lithium Ion battery, in terms of storage we are 3x more.
# The real magic, is in the end of life treatment. We use a combination of cryogenic grinding & plasma pyrolysis, to leave no residue for what we destroy. Lithium converts from Chemicals to products, and then from products to waste, that weigh more than what was mined from the Earth. We destroy whatever is mined, therefore leaving no additional weight on earth either through gas, solid or gel.
# Build every Mega Watt of Power Storage & Charging unit, at performances mentioned in the previous slide, at 60 % of current cost.
# Ensure the reach of such products, from sites that have adequate natural resources.
# Not use harmful techniques such as mining, to build these products. We call it refining, recycling & giving back.
# Ensure that the technology is simple, effective & not toxic to the environment.
# Our target markets are those geographies that have dense population, more churn of power and limited knowledge of effluent treatment.
|The Don’t Take Our Word For It, Try Yourself Datasheet||Ra-M Type One /Two / Three / XL / Mini||Lithium-ion battery / Domestic use rechargeable / Hand phone||Lead-acid battery / Automotive / Industrial Applications|
|Cost per Kilowatt Hour of Capacity||US $ 90.00, average in 2021||$137 (average in 2020).||$100-$300|
|Volumetric Energy Density||250-875 W·h/L, based on prototypes, lab tests and at work environment||200-683 W·h/L||200-683 W·h/L|
|Gravimetric Energy Density (specific energy)||75-400 W·h/kg, based on prototypes lab tests and at work environment||120-260 W·h/kg||35–40 Wh/kg|
|Cycles at 80% depth of discharge||Up to 9000||3,500||900|
|Materials||Earth-abundant||Scarce, located at different geographies, however, recycling would lead to secondary sources being developed.||Toxic|
|Cycling Stability||High (negligible self-discharge)||High (negligible self-discharge)||Moderate (high self-discharge)|
|Direct Current Round-Trip Efficiency||up to 92%||85-95%||70-90%|
|Temperature Range[c]||-20 °C to 60 °C||Acceptable:-20 °C to 60 °C. Optimal: 15 °C to 35 °C||-20 °C to 60 °C|
And then, there were none.
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