Usually, when people talk about improving the performance of batteries, they say, "Lighter, smaller, cheaper". In this case, a common metric is energy density. Electric energy is expressed as Wh (watt-hour), so it can be in the form of Wh/kg (watt-hour per kg), Wh/l (watt-hour per liter), or USD/Wh (US Dollar per watt-hour).
SCiB™ is more of a "Heavy, big and high price" battery in this respect than conventional lithium-ion batteries.
That's right!! It's not a good battery by this metric. This is because the battery voltage is lower compared to other lithium-ion batteries. Other batteries have an average operating voltage of 3.3 ~ 3.7 V per battery, but the SCiB™ has an average operating voltage of 2.3 ~ 2.4 V. This means that SCiB™ always has 2/3 disadvantage.
If it is so, why is the field of use expanding?
One of the answers is that
Normal EV bus 2 times charge in one day
SCiB™ EV bus 12 times charge in one day
We have introduced a model case in which the introduction of SCiB™
using an EV bus as an example.