Battery developer Sakuu Corporation has announced its first-generation non-printed lithium metal battery has achieved continuous 3C discharge rate under extensive testing.
The announcement follows tests showing its lithium-metal battery cells registering a consistent baseline benchmark energy-density of 800Wh/L.
The lithium metal anode batteries will be shipped to Sakuu’s customers starting in 4Q of this year.
This first-generation Sakuu battery is designed for e-mobility motor and e-bike applications.
The US company is now preparing to unveil a new category of rapid printed batteries manufactured at-scale using its additive manufacturing platform.
Robert Bagheri, founder and CEO of Sakuu, said: “As far as our solid-state battery development, we are preparing to unveil a new category of rapid printed batteries manufactured at-scale using our additive manufacturing platform. The sustainability and supply chain implications of this pioneering development will be transformational.”
Sample cells of the firm’s printed solid-state battery are anticipated to be shipped to clients in 2023.