Afterpay Electronics to start commercializing its Electron withdrawing technology
Afterpay’s new Electron withdrawal technology is being marketed in the market to companies seeking to reduce their carbon footprint and avoid pollution.
The company said the new technology will reduce CO2 emissions from electric vehicles by approximately 20% in the first year, according to a statement.
The technology is based on the technology that was used by Tesla to drive its Model S electric sedan and Model X SUV, according the company.
“Afterpay has an extensive portfolio of electric vehicle technologies in place, which includes a number of advanced technologies and applications, such as the following:”The Electron is an electrically actuated, high-performance, rechargeable lithium ion battery that utilizes a highly integrated and patented energy harvesting process to recharge itself and store energy, in a manner similar to batteries on a car,” the statement said.”
The Electro is able to store up to 200 watts of power, and can discharge up to 1.5 million times in a single charge.
“The Electro’s lithium ion batteries are designed to be charged via an electrical device, such a USB port or micro USB port.
The batteries can also be recharged through other methods, such in a vehicle.”
The company plans to test the technology at its factory in Fremont, California, during the first quarter of 2019.”
The company is working with a number and a variety of different partners to find the right partners and to optimize its Electro battery technology for the market.”
The company plans to test the technology at its factory in Fremont, California, during the first quarter of 2019.
The Electrons battery is comprised of several different elements, including a carbon nanotube core, which is coated with a thin layer of lithium metal, and an aluminum alloy.
The alloy is designed to reduce friction and heat losses in the battery, according Toomas Zavros, a partner with Afterpay.
“A lithium-air alloy is an alloy that has been proven to have excellent electrochemical properties, and this is one of the most widely used in automotive batteries today,” he said.
Afterpay, founded in 2009 by former Apple executive Craig Federighi, has a number to sell, including its Electrons, which are currently on sale for about $3,000 each.
The product is designed for use in electric vehicles and will be the first in a line of Electrons products that are aimed at consumers.
Afterpay said it will also work with the Tesla electric car manufacturer, as well as other automakers.
Electrons batteries will be available in 2020 and 2021, after the electric car maker sells its first mass-market electric vehicle.