Lead Acid batteries are successfully used for over a century. The relative low cost, almost complete recycling cycle and maturity are the bases for further improvements and mitigations of some disadvantages in order to establish a viable power source for the 21st century.
Present SLI lead acid batteries suffer from short cycle life at deep discharges. Tubular Lead Acid batteries can perform long cycling at deep discharges however their price is extremely high (price $/KWh is higher than lithium ion cells).
Increasing need for high performance batteries will lower cost is an essential need for load leveling energy storage batteries.
The proposed solution enables the production of low cost Lead Acid batteries for load levelling energy storage batteries.
The Commercial Benefit
The cutting-edge invented technology will enable use of lead acid plate electrodes with improved performances namely long cycle life with deep discharge voltage at lower price of per KWh.
The global Automotive Battery Market size is anticipated to reach USD 95.57 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., registering a CAGR of 7.9% during the forecast period.
Large-scale availability of batteries in various sizes and specifications along with high current level is expected to drive the market over the forecast period.
• Electric Vehicle Market
• Automotive Battery Market
Team: Primary Inventor
Prof. Doron Aurbach
• Prof. Doron Aurbach is a professor in the Department of Chemistry.
• He is a member of Bar-Ilan University (BIU) Senate.
• Prof. Aurbach is a director of the Energy Center at the Bar-Ilan University Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials.
• He is a leader of the Israel National Research Center for Electrochemical Propulsion, which includes 22 research groups from 5 leading academic institutions.
• Prof. Doron Aurbach works systematically on R&D of a wide variety of power sources, electronically conducting polymers, and water desalination and purification.
• He mentored 55 PhD students and 70 MSc students and has supervised 20 post-doctoral fellows.
• Prof. Doron Aurbach published more than 540 research papers in leading electrochemistry, materials science and physical chemistry journals.
We plan to further development of various type of CNT namely single wall carbon nano-tubes to enhance performances for large energy storage batteries.
Companies are invited to license our patent through a licensing agreement with sponsored research.