The temperature of a damaged cell almost instantaneously exceeded 500 degrees Celsius during tests of its ability to withstand catastrophic mechanical damage.

Canadian marine energy storage company Sterling PBES has tested its battery system''s ability to withstand catastrophic mechanical damage and demonstrated that thermal runaway did not occur.

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