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Old 02-17-2021, 11:21 AM
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With the push to get us all in electric vehicles there is also much talk of battery development. In the fishing world lithium is getting more cost effective and dependable. Anybody on WC know about the difference in battery technology between EV's and marine industry? Could we also benefit from new battery technology for cars?
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Old 02-17-2021, 11:40 AM
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With the push to get us all in electric vehicles there is also much talk of battery development. In the fishing world lithium is getting more cost effective and dependable. Anybody on WC know about the difference in battery technology between EV's and marine industry? Could we also benefit from new battery technology for cars?
Marine batteries are LiFeP04(Lithium Iron and Phosphate). About the most stable and still has good power per Kg.
Tesla is thinking about using in in a less expensive line if Vehicles. It will not be as good as what they are using now but way more economical and stable. The car batteries now use differing chemistry. Cobalt being the most powerful.( But rare and has slave labor implications in the Congo) Tec will change some but my guess is slowly. Bob
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