Re-engineering from internal combustion engine (ICE) which depends on fossil fuel to clean and renewable energy using advanced electric vehicle technology.
Lloyd Tran and his Electric Porsche 944
Jaguar XJS V12 was converted to Electric at the Cleanetch Institute
Director Lloyd Tran and Electric Jaguar
Lloyd Tran with Electric Jaguar
Electric Jaguar- Lithium Ion battery pack
Lithium Ion battery pack with Battery Management System
Clean Tech Institute Research and Consulting Group is focusing on 2 fast growing sectors of the clean energy industry: Solar Photovoltaic and Electric Vehicle Battery Technology. The research projects are being conducted with collaboration with our partners at NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field.
LITHIUM AIR TECHNOLOGY for ELECTRIC VEHICLES
In collaboration with our partners, NASA Ames Research Center and California Institute of Nanotechnology, Cleantech Institute brings unique expertise in nanotechnology to solve some fundamental problems in the development of Lithium Air battery technologies.
Lithium Air Industries (LAI) has developed a new generation of ultra-high energy density lithium air rechargeable batteries.
Our scientists were able to encapsulate the lithium metal core using solid electrolyte nanomaterials membranes. The solid electrolyte selectively allows lithium ions to pass through, but impervious to liquids and gases. With this unique design, the lithium core is electrochemically active but chemically isolated from the external electrolyte, enabling the redox reaction of Lithium Air taking place, which creates a remarkable high energy density.
At a nominal electropotential of about 3.27 volts, the theoretical specific energy for a lithium/air rechargeable battery is 5,532 Wh/kg , which is about 10 times that of Li-ion battery chemistry that has a theoretical specific energy of about 400 Wh/kg.
Our research team lead by our director Lloyd L. Tran is currently developing Lithium Air Technology that can potentially provides 10 times more energy density than the lithium ion battery technologies. The newly developed Lithium Air Technology will be used to power an AMPTRAN electric car that will go for 400-500 miles between charges. The Lithium Air Battery technology developed by Lloyd Tran is based on proprietary Nanocomposite Technologies.
We have a network of over 250 consultants in Northern and Southern California with certifed training in Nano & Clean Technology, who also bring with them years of industry experience in:
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