Stromer Sets Milestone as First Bike Brand to Develop Next-Generation Solid-State Ceramic Battery
Stromer, as a pioneering bike brand, has taken the lead in developing an advanced solid-state ceramic battery for the next generation.
While renowned car manufacturers such as Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, and BMW have long been investing in battery research, Stromer recognizes the importance of contributing to sustainable innovations as the frontrunner in the fast e-bike segment.
In collaboration with their innovation partner TD Hitech Energy, Stromer has dedicated significant efforts to the development of a next-generation solid ceramic battery for e-bikes and is proud to showcase their first functional prototype battery at Eurobike.
Solid-state batteries represent a groundbreaking technology in energy storage and offer a range of advantages specifically for e-bikes. Moving forward, Stromer will strongly focus on further advancing this new generation of batteries.
The development objectives outlined in the specification sheets include achieving low-temperature charging capabilities down to -30 °C (with a target of -20 °C), significantly enhanced safety features compared to current batteries, and reduced charging times through the use of fast chargers (aiming for a 5C rate, equivalent to just 12 minutes, as opposed to the current 3C rate of approximately 20 minutes).