Chairman & CEO Thomas Granville interviewed at his office in New Castle, PA, as chemists, engineers, factory workers, and others work nearby to realize what he believes is Axion's great promise.
By Patrick Ponticel | SAE International®
"...our product at 70,000 cycles still accepts the full 100 amp charge, and that's because [in conventional batteries] the lead crystals form hard rocks after a period of time; they don't convert back to lead, and as a result of that you can't charge them as quickly or in some cases can't charge those really hard rocks at all, whereas you can continually charge the activated carbon."
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Testing at Axion Power
Axion Power International battery technology
Use of a scanning electron microscope