Electrofuel Announces Superpolymer Breakthrough

February 11, 2002 by Jeff Shepard

Electrofuel Inc. (Toronto, Canada) announced that its revolutionary lithium-ion SuperPolymer technology has broken through the 200Wh/kg specific energy density barrier to reach the 213Wh/kg mark. The cells use standard graphite and lithium-cobalt-oxide electrode materials.

Sankar Das Gupta, president and CEO of Electrofuel, stated, "This breakthrough in technology supports the vision of Electrovaya being at the forefront of the information technology and energy technology sectors. This achievement will have a significant impact on applications, including cell phones, wireless devices, portable computers, transportation, UPSs, energy storage, aerospace, medical and many others."