The ONE start-up batteries, which are 1,000 km long, will start to be produced in 2026

The ONE start-up batteries, which are 1,000 km long, will start to be produced in 2026

A young American company, Our Next Energy, founded by Mujib Ijaz, a veteran industry, has already demonstrated the ability of its battery-equipped electric vehicle, Tesla Model S, to overcome without charging 1,210 km. The mass production of the relevant ONE batteries is about to be established at its plant by 2026.

This is one-and-a-half times the amount of electric vehicles now offered with the best batteries. According to Reuters, with reference to the ONE chapter, the serial production of Gemini batteries in a company in the United States that can produce batteries with a total capacity of up to 20 GWh annually will begin in 2026. The secret of this battery is to use cells with different chemical compositions. For "daily" use are cells with traditional iron phosphate-based cathodes and graphite-based anodes. The second type of cells uses no anodes, and the cathodes combine lithium and manganese, and the cobalt and nickel content of developers try to minimize. This type of cell is designed to provide a high range of moves.

However, the existing prototypes of "long-range" cells in Gemini batteries still rely on cobalt and nickel, but in the long run, the abandonment of these cells and anodes will enable ONE to reduce the cost of producing batteries by $50 per kWh, which is significantly lower than the current $100-110.