Indeed...I just checked the abstract and it cites 70 mAh/g. It's an unfair 
comparison because of all the extra hardware from the box and what-not, but a 
CALB 180 Ah battery weighs 5.6 kg, which works out to 32 mAh/g. That they're in 
the same order of magnitude tells me this may well be competitive...if it's not 
snake oil....


On Apr 7, 2015, at 3:02 PM, Peter Gabrielsson via EV <> wrote:

> You may be confusing power and energy
> On Apr 7, 2015 2:59 PM, "Bill Dennis via EV" <> wrote:
>> Their current version of the battery has only 40 watts of electricity per
>> kilogram compared to lithium's 100 to 206 W/kg power density--so you'd need
>> more of them to get the same power.  That might get better as they improve
>> the cells, of course.
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