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Wright Electric Targets 1000 Wh/Kg Batteries For Electric Aircraft

07 Oct 2023 | Abstracted from CleanTechnica

"Wright's proprietary [molten] batteries would be four times more energy dense than the lithium-ion batteries that power today's electric vehicles. Such batteries would enable the electrification of hard to decarbonize transportation and mining sectors, and make electric aircraft that can carry 100 passengers possible.

"...molten temperature creates engineering challenges, but it also allows us to have high power density and energy density."



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