LFP batteries could improve economics of electric shipping: study

Lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries are one of the chemistries to undergo electrochemical cycling performance testing at ANL's Battery Laboratory.

Source: Argonne National Laboratory

Researchers from University of California, Berkeley, have concluded that battery prices of US$100 kW/h make the electrification of trade routes of less than 1,500 kilometres economical.

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