StoreDot pivots to electric vehicles: Page 2 of 2

January 19, 2021 // By Nick Flaherty
StoreDot pivots to electric vehicles
Israeli fast-charging battery startup StoreDot is moving to make electric car battery cells in Tesla's cylindrical 4680 format.

Rather than charging an entire vehicle battery pack in five minutes with an very high power charger, the emphasis is matching the charging infrastructure.   

“The parameter that is critical for the driver as a new goal is not five minute charging but the miles per minute in the charging station,” said Myersdorf. “Today its 3-4 miles/min, Tesla superchargers can do 6. We are targeting 20 mile per minutes which will give roughly 100 miles in that five minutes. The reason we are not going to a full charge in five minutes is we are trying to go and in hand with the infrastructure upgrades.”

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