How sodium-ion batteries offer safer, more sustainable solutions for electric vehicles 🌿
Imagine charging your phone, but instead of the usual battery, it's powered by something much more abundant – sodium!
Northvolt from Sweden and KPIT Technologies from Pune are pioneering a shift in how we power our gadgets, including potentially your future electric car, using sodium-ion batteries. They're ditching the pricey lithium for sodium, a move that could make EVs not just safer but also lighter on your wallet.
But is this really plausible? Amit talks about it here: https://swarajyamag.com/infrastructure/how-a-breakthrough-technology-from-a-swedish-start-up-and-an-indian-company-may-change-the-ev-battery-game
Also, a big shout-out to KPIT Technologies from Pune! They're leading the way with their own sodium-ion battery technology, aiming to make electric vehicles more affordable for everyone.
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