Battery cell manufacturer Atlis Motor Vehicles says it has unveiled battery cell data for its proprietary pouch cell that successfully meets the targets necessary to enable 15-min charging and ensure consistent performance. Internal testing shows cells with up to 254 Wh/kg energy density, 1.74 mAh average internal resistance, and the ability to maintain 80% usable capacity after 2,000 cycles, the company says.
“We’re on track to meet one of our first goals – to develop a battery cell capable of high performance,” said Mark Hanchett, founder and CEO of Atlis Motor Vehicles. “Our next step is to put these in a battery pack for delivery to our first set of customers. As an execution-focused company, generating revenue in 2023 is a critical goal for the company and we’re proud to be hitting projected targets along the way.”
The company says it has continued to scale battery manufacturing capability since mass production trials of the AMV cell began in November 2022, working to meet more than 2 gigawatt-hours (GwH) worth of customer demand. Atlis says it hopes the data will enable customers and industry professionals to better understand the capabilities of its proprietary battery cell technology and encourages peers to share similar battery cell specs.
Atlis battery packs will have a projected energy density of up to 317 Wh/L. This includes structure, cooling and heating solutions, electronic system, battery management and control systems, and necessary support hardware.
Atlis says it intends to ship its first battery packs during the first half of 2023.