Toshiba SCiB™ modules

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Toshiba SCiB™ modules

Post by SandyP »

I thought that Toyota was ahead of the game with their development of their Solid State batteries and had not heard of Toshiba's SCiB batteries. ... odule.html

Will have to read more to see how their performance/cost stacks up for use in residential renewable energy systems.
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Post by raysun »

Interesting. More vendors are coming out with Lithium Titanium-oxide (LTO) cells.
Good thermal stability (like LFP), good charge/discharge characteristics, long cycle life.
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