About Lithium-ion Battery (Li-ion)
In the 21st century, humanity has become an engine, participant, and witness of the revolution in the energy sphere. We harness renewable energy sources (RES) such as sun, wind, and water movement. In recent years we have begun to understand the importance of preserving the environment in which we live. One particular area of focus is the increasing use of electrified means of transport, this is set to become an important step forward in the goal of reducing inner city pollution.
In the whole technological chain of the power system, from production to the final consumer, the task of accumulating generated energy (including mobile energy, such as gadgets and electric vehicles) and its use has become increasingly critical towards achieving the goal of reducing carbon footprints. The most common energy storage element in production today is the lithium-ion battery (Li-ion).