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Apple iPhone first smartphone to get graphene battery case from Sunvault

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Here's an interesting development on a technology we first covered last May.

Apple iPhone first smartphone to get innovative graphene battery case from Sunvault (CanadianGreenTech 22 October 2015)


: Graphene-based energy storage device to work in broad variety of applications, including EVs, smartphones, powertools and the utility sector

: In the near future, Apple iPhone users will need to worry a lot less about their device running out of juice thanks to a new battery-equipped case from Sunvault Energy Inc. and Edison Power Company. It’s not your typical battery-enabled case either, it can provide iPhone users with upwards of 200% more power while on the go and also charge in approximately three minutes. Sunvault chief executive Gary Monaghan spoke with Canadian Green Tech last month about the company’s innovative graphene energy storage technology and its target markets.

You have to be subscribed to read more. I was hoping that their charging case would include a solar charging option, since their substrate can work both as a solar energy harvester and energy storage. But the "200% more power" is only a reference to storage capacity, and rules out that the case also serves as a generator, harvesting solar power.

-- SilverThunder 22:16, 24 October 2015 (UTC)

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