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by:ShunXinda      2019-08-27
Experts poured cold water on Nissan\'s claim that it had found the holy grail in the electric vehicle industry: 10-Recharge in minutes
The research team has been working to shorten the charging time to the time it takes to fill the tank. Making plug-
More convenience in cars is crucial to their wide acceptance.
Nissan announced last month that a project with Kansai University in Japan has reached its target.
But a senior executive in the electrical department of Nissan Motor Company stabate ate and one of Australia\'s leading energy technology scientists denied the claim.
Thomas ossini, global business director for Renault electric vehicles, said: \"The cost of building such a charging station with this power and the size of the charging cable you need is hard to imagine in my opinion.
\"Dr. Tony Pandolfo, head of the CSIRO energy storage technology project, said that fast charging limits the life of the battery.
\"Even if you can charge the battery so quickly, you will need thousands of amps and hundreds of volts,\" Dr. pandorford said . \".
\"Yes, you can charge the batteries very quickly, but they will also die very quickly, because the cost of these batteries is high and you have to pay attention to this.
Dr pandorford said Nissan\'s description
Kansai technology is vague, and the amount of charges within 10 minutes is not clear.
\"They said they had added capacitors or capacitor electrodes (
Devices that can charge quickly).
\"The capacitor charges very quickly, but it does not contain enough energy to charge the battery,\" he said . \".
\"They don\'t say how much percentage is charged.
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