Currently reading: Storedot hails ‘extreme fast-charging’ silicon batteries
OEMs impressed by battery tech that allows for 100 miles in five minutes, but CEO says it still has long way to go

Israeli battery firm Storedot says its silicon-based cell, which allows for five-minute charging times, has received “very positive” feedback from prospective clients. 

Storedot, established in 2012, plans to license this technology – rather than manufacture and sell complete cells – to automotive partners including the Mercedes-Benz Group, Ola Electric, Polestar, Vinfast and Volvo. 

It claims its unique chemistry allows for a 100-mile charge in five minutes. It's targeting 100 miles in three minutes by 2028 and cutting that down to two minutes within a decade.

Storedot CEO Doron Myersdorf told Autocar Business that the company began supplying test cells to manufacturers in September.

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