Technopete wrote:It doesn't have to hit the Zenn contract pricing. It just has to beat the price available for other EV battery technology.
ee-tom wrote:(3) The chances of EEstor meeting the Zenn contract pricing etc have always looked minimal.
If it lasts longer or charges quicker, then it doesn't even have to do that.
This is a good point, even the competition out there (Fluidic Energy, "advanced Li-Ion") has to be much cheaper to compete with a fast recharge time and 100,000+ recharge cycles.
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