Solid-State Electrolytes

A New Range of Battery Materials

Liquid electrolyte materials, which are used in most battery technologies, have significant drawbacks in terms of their electrochemical and thermal stability as well as a low ion selectivity.

The use of solid-state materials overcomes these drawbacks, as well as making available a wide new range of battery materials and enabling Li metal anodes.

Solid-state electrolytes could facilitate the much-needed development of efficient cycling, high energy density batteries to meet modern demands in terms of electric vehicles and grid storage, while adding further safety measures to such devices.