Electric car uses Exxon film | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 86 Issue 4 | p. 37 | Concentrates
Issue Date: January 28, 2008

Electric car uses Exxon film

Department: Business
Credit: ExxonMobil

A new electric car from Toronto-based Electrovaya will incorporate lithium-ion battery separator films from ExxonMobil Chemical. The battery incorporates Electrovaya's novel nanostructured lithium-ion technology, which it says allows more energy to be stored in a smaller space compared with conventional lithium-ion batteries. The car, called Maya-300, has a range of 120 miles and is designed for urban driving at a top speed of 35 mph.

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