You can read more about it here:Ratking wrote:http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlel ... ivAbstract
350wh/kg is not too shabby I hope they can produce cheap cells with that capacity soon
Hanyang/BMW team develops high-energy density Li-ion battery with carbon-nanotube-Si composite anode and NCM concentration gradient cathode
20 May 2016
Researchers from Hanyang University in Korea and the BMW Group have developed a new fully operational, practical Li-ion rechargeable battery combining high energy density with excellent cycle life. A report on their work is published in the RSC journal Energy & Environmental Science.
Energy density of different LIBs. Comparison of the CNT-Si/TSFCG against the currently developed LIBs. LCO: LiCoO2, NCM333: Li[Ni⅓Co⅓Mn⅓]O2, NCM523: Li[Ni0.5Co0.2Mn0.3]O2, Li[Ni0.85Co0.05Mn0.15]O2. Lee et al.
Read full article here: http://www.greencarcongress.com/2016/05 ... 0-bmw.html
Please not that both links was published on 20 May 2016, so you might have read about it earlier.