Thank you for responding. The battery is real, being developed by a major US university. If it comes to market it will be the most advanced battery on the market. A redox flow battery without the flow, no moving parts, will cycle for 20 years, environmentally neutral, physically safe and sized and priced to compete with Lithium-ion batteries. I think that is pretty great. Still in development, that's why I can not tell you the magic sauce. I have no reason to BS. I just wanted to know, if everything I am saying is true (which it is) how do you think it will do in the market.
I am asking for honest comments about a battery we are trying to bring it to market. This battery will be much better for the environment and the pocket book then an lithium-ion battery presently on the market.
Look at the specs and let me know what you think, and if you have questions I will try to answer then, short of proprietary information.