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Nissan Chemical partners Israeli battery startup StoreDot

I’ve reported previously (many times) on Israel’s StoreDot which develops fast-charging batteries for phones, computers and vehicles. It is now partnering with Japan’s Nissan Chemical Industries to improve the technology and bring it to mass production https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3760210,00.html

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Abramovich invests $10 million in StoreDot

(Thanks to Israel21c) Roman Abramovich – owner of UK soccer club Chelsea – has invested $10 million in StoreDot, an Israeli startup that in April revealed a charger and battery set that charges a Samsung mobile phone in 30 seconds. … Continue reading

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Ultra-fast charging for drones

Israel’s StoreDot (reported here previously) has announced that its ultra-fast battery charging technology can now be used to charge commercial drones in just five minutes. Current charge times are typically 90 minutes for a 30-minute flight time. https://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-startup-storedot-unveils-ultra-fast-charging-batteries-for-drones/

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Battery charging startup gets Chinese boost

I’ve reported previously (see here) on Israel’s StoreDot and its innovative fast-charging batteries. Now, China’s EVE Energy Co. Ltd. has signed an agreement with StoreDot. to manufacture the Israeli company’s products for electric vehicles and mobile devices in China. https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3750812,00.html

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$600 million funding for startups

The $350 average monthly influx of funds to Israel startups was boosted in September to $600 million thanks to Via (ride-sharing) which raised $250 million. Innoviz (automobile sensors) raised $65 million and StoreDot (fast-charge car batteries) raised $60 million. http://www.globes.co.il/en/article-israeli-startups-raise-nearly-600m-in-september-1001206663

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Organic display technology

Israel’s StoreDot has unveiled its MolecuLED display technology in the world’s first organic display.  The new technology allows for displays that produce vivid colors, are more cost effective, and are environmentally friendly, being entirely metal free. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/storedot-unveils-world-first-moleculed-171700941.html

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The brains behind fast-charging batteries

This article complements last week’s technical one about Israel’s StoreDot – developers of fast-charging batteries. StoreDot employs 20 PhDs – organic chemists. quantum physicists, electrical engineers and device engineers – all working together to build new molecules. http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2015-09/25/storedot-molecules-will-change-technology

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The secret of fast battery charging

Dr Doron Myersdorf, CEO of Israel’s StoreDot, reveals that the low resistance of his company’s organic “nanodots” allow 100 times more current than can be provided to traditional batteries. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NUTnYjH6Cs http://www.boomlive.in/storedot-making-60-second-mobile-phone-charging-a-reality/

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5 minutes to recharge an electric car

Israel’s StoreDot has promised that by May 2016 it will be able to recharge an electric vehicle from zero to 100% in 5 minutes. StoreDot is famous for its 30-second cellphone recharging technology, which the company says will be on … Continue reading

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Tel Aviv’s hottest startups

Wired describes 10 of Israel’s startups with most potential in its magazine featuring the 100 hottest European startups. They include Consumer Physics, Playbuzz, StoreDot, Winward, Moovit, SimilarWeb, Zebra Medical, AppsFlyer, Adallom and FeeX. http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2015/09/features/100-hottest-european-startups-2015-tel-aviv

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