Japanese project to test solid state battery on the Moon: Page 2 of 2

February 22, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
Japanese project to test solid state battery on the Moon
A Japanese battery maker is panning to test next generation solid state energy storage technology on the Moon.
treatment). This will allow NGK to eventually make the batteries larger for multiple applications.

“We are very excited to participate as a corporate partner and a payload provider for HAKUTO-R’s challenge to embody our corporate message “IGNITE YOUR SPIRIT”. We will seek the possibilities of all-solid-state batteries and contribute to space development,” said Shinichi Odo, President & CEO of NGK SPARK PLUG.

Takeshi Hakamada, Founder & CEO, ispace added “Stable power supply will be the most critical component to enable industry to take to the Moon. Ultimately, this means NGK SPARK PLUG’s contributions will facilitate the expansion of human presence into outer space.”


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