Bengaluru start-up, CIPET join hands to bring out aluminium-graphene battery for gadgets and EVs

Nordische Technologies, a Bengaluru-based start-up, on Saturday claimed that it has brought out the world's first aluminium-graphene pouch cell battery for consumer electronics, gadgets and future EV technology in association with the Central Institute of Petrochemicals Engineering and Technology (CIPET), Bengaluru.

The company said in a statement that the aluminum-graphene pouch cell battery is the world's fastest charging, non-toxic, non-flammable, and non-lithium non-cobalt battery with a long cycle life.
"This innovative aluminum-graphene pouch cell and future EV battery is the result of our extensive research over the past five years. It is a lightweight, high-performance battery with a shelf life of five to seven years. These rechargeable, non-toxic and recyclable batteries can be charged over 3,000 cycles," Sabyasachi Das, CTO, of Nordische Technologies, stated. It also said that CIPET junior scientist Kingshuk Dutta served as the coordinator and principal investigator of this project.
The company also said that it has other innovative energy storage devices such as Ultra-Lead Carbon Battery (ULCB) and Ultra-Lead Carbon Foam Battery (ULCFB).