ETV Motors Demonstrates High5ive LMNS Li-ion Batteries

ETV High5ive spectrum closeup
In brief: Israeli-based ETV Motors has demonstrated the ability of their proprietary High5ive battery technology in a radio-controlled airplane to show it's viability for electric vehicle propulsion.

The word

Advanced Battery spectrum shotThe High5ive is a proprietary formulation using lithium manganese nickel oxide spinel (LMNS) cathode. The company has been working on this specific strain of technology since 2008.

The demonstration was in an electric remote controlled plane, which successfully flew. The battery may be capable of up to 200-250 Wh/kg in energy density. ETVM expects to release prototypes of the batteries in 2011.

And so ...

This could be breakthrough technology for vehiclular energy storage.

Photo credits: ETV

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