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Storedot’s Battery Technology Offers EV Owners a Winterproof Charging Experience


 StoreDot,  the pioneer of silicon-dominant extreme fast charging (XFC) battery technology for electric vehicles (EVs), has confirmed that its battery cells offer consistent and reliable winter performance. EV drivers can recharge their cars even in freezing weather while maintaining an excellent driving range. This technology eliminates winter range anxiety, providing EV drivers with a reliable and efficient solution.

Recent laboratory tests show StoreDot’s silicon battery cells reach 80% capacity when charged at -10°C with standard charging speed. StoreDot‘s battery cells have been tested and have shown a consistent discharge rate and an adequate driving range, even in sub-freezing conditions.

At 14°F (-10°C), the cells delivered over 85% of their total range capacity. Even in the extreme cold of -4°F (-20°C), the cells still provided over 70% of their total range capacity.

Compared to traditional EV batteries currently on the market, StoreDot’s XFC cells have higher energy storage capacity, faster charging speeds, and longer lifetime, making them future-proof and providing optimal performance year-round, regardless of the climate.

Storedot’s Battery Technology Offers EV Owners a Winterproof Charging Experience

Dr Doron Myersdorf, CEO of StoreDot “Our latest tests have demonstrated that our batteries can outperform traditional cold weather range and charging limitations that often hamper electric vehicles in colder climates. Although all lithium-ion batteries tend to lose capacity in extreme cold, our innovative design that uses silicon-dominant anodes minimizes this loss. Our batteries deliver optimal driving range even in extreme subzero conditions. With our revolutionary technology, drivers can now conquer winter’s toughest challenges, ensuring a smooth driving experience in any climate or conditions and eliminating winter range anxiety.”

StoreDot recently announced its anticipated milestones for 2024. These include demonstrating the world’s first EV pack equipped with XFC technology, shipping prismatic B-samples to OEMs, and expanding operations in the US on the path toward commercialization.

StoreDot is on track with production-readiness of XFC cells that can deliver 100 miles charged in 5 minutes this year. The company aims to achieve 100 miles charged in 4 minutes in 2026 and 100 miles charged in 3 minutes by 2028.

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