Sodium Battery Companies & Tech Updates 21

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Welcome readers, new and old, to the twenty-first issue, “Sodium-ion Batteries Technology Updates,” from Indi Energy, one of the world’s leading sodium battery companies. 

Indi Energy, a DRDO 3.0 & NSA’22 winner, has cemented its position as one of the world’s leading sodium battery companies, involved in the development and commercialization of sodium ion batteries. In this twenty-first issue of sodium-ion battery technology updates, we will share an interesting observation from the energy storage sector. Additionally, in this blog post, you will also find out how Indi Energy’s co-founder and Chief Battery Scientist, Dr. Asit Sahoo, sees the future of sodium-ion battery technology in the course of the next ten years. 

sodium battery companies Our sodium-ion batteries and customizable sodium-ion battery packs celebrate the Make in India initiative, setting a global standard by redefining energy storage solutions sustainably. From research and supply chain to manufacturing, we continuously strive to innovate and improve our processes to meet the evolving needs of our customers and the world. 

Can Indi Energy’s Sodium-ion Batteries reduce the battery swapping cost in EVs?

Indi Energy is ready to empower the future of electric mobility with customizable sodium-ion batteries. The intended utilization of our innovation ranges from consumer electronics to stationary energy storage systems and vehicles.

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With our customizable sodium-ion batteries, you can get a minimum of 2000 cycles that allow your products and devices to live a longer life, unlike lithium-ion batteries and lead-acid batteries, while significantly reducing battery swapping costs by over 30%–40%.  When used in electric vehicles, Indi Energy’s sodium-ion batteries can exceed a 6-year life with 90–95% efficiency, even when they are charged daily. 

Where is sodium-ion technology headed in the next decade?

Recently, we sat down with Dr. Asit Sahoo, the co-founder and the Chief Battery Specialist at Indi Energy, one of the world’s few sodium battery companies, to discuss how he sees the future of sodium-ion battery technology over the next few years.

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The world has seen exponential growth in sodium ion technology, with predictions of growth standing at 16–20% year over year. Asit outlined that in the next 10 years, Indi Energy as an organization is set to achieve one of its primary goals: improving the energy density of sodium-ion batteries, empowering them to exceed the performance of lithium-ion products, made possible by advancements in electrode materials, electrolytes, and battery designs. For now, the priority is focusing on refining the electrode materials and electrolytes to withstand repeated cycling without degradation.

He further outlined that the use cases of Indi Energy’s sodium-ion batteries reach far and wide, which is why it is necessary to scale Indi Energy’s production facilities to meet the growing demand. The sodium-ion battery technology is already being integrated into power grids and renewable energy storage, and in the next few years, it will be incorporated into portable electronics, along with passenger and industrial vehicles.

When we asked him why he was certain about these predictions, Dr. Sahoo said, “Rare materials are being extracted at a rate that, if not stopped, will certainly destroy our planet. We are all using a battery whose supply chain is full of ethical and environmental infractions. Consumers and governments are finally seeing the truth about the pitfalls of lithium-ion batteries. In due time, we will see more and more standardization of technology for minimum damage, maximum utilization, and easy recycling. There is no doubt in my mind that sodium-ion battery technology will withstand this test. I am proud to be a part of a team that is responsible for the innovation of battery storage technology that can propel us toward a sustainable future.”

sodium battery companies Some truly insightful words, and on that note, we would like to wrap this blog up. At Indi Energy, our goal is not only innovation but also making our innovation accessible globally. If you think you can help us, we are inviting partnerships with industries, investors, and manufacturers to take the lead and incorporate our revolutionizing products to make their businesses better and overhaul electric storage systems.

Connect with us on Facebook and LinkedIn, or through our contact page. Share your thoughts and expertise, and we promise you that together we shall set off on a path to a sodium-ion-powered sustainable future.

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