Battery manufacturer Gotion has unveiled its latest battery cell, with a reported 190Wh/kg energy density at the pack level. The primary significance of the L600 cell is that it utilises LMFP technology to achieve energy density as high as 240Wh/kg at the cell level when deployed in its new pack designed: ‘Astroinno Battery’.
This high energy density has only previously been achieved in high-nickel content (and more expensive) NMC cell chemistries. With the L600 slated for mass production in 2024, the comparatively low-cost cell may compete with…
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