A dramatic fall in the price of lithium-ion batteries over the past decade is transforming the economics of renewable energy as well as the affordability of electric vehicles. View all sponsors Since 2010 the cost of a lithium-ion battery per kilowatt hour (kWh) has fallen almost 90%, from $1,183 in 2010 to just $156 in 2019.
Since the battery testing industry has grown and become more widespread, price in batteries continues to drop. With new innovations like Associated Environmental Systems' ATP testing batteries has become more low cost. The battery testing system allows researchers to test more cells by offering 48 channels in an 8 cu. ft. space. The system allows for testing multiple chemical combinations with ease. Being able to test coin cells in the lab and then swap out the coin holder for cylindrical holders with a simple click makes scaling a smooth transition. Click here to see more about AES' innovative solutions.Read the source article at News | WTTW Chicago