U.S. Air Force Funds Fast-Charge Battery Work

EC Power’s FastLion battery is operated at higher temperature for extreme fast charging.
Credit: Penn State University
EC Power has received a U.S. Air Force contract to develop a lithium-ion battery cell capable of extreme fast charging of electrified aircraft and ground vehicles. The Phase 2 small business technology transfer award from the Air Force’s AFWerx innovation unit covers development of a second...

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