Prieto introduces world’s fastest-charging battery that charges in 3 minutes

Prieto Battery, Inc., a world leader in advanced lithium-ion battery technology, unveiled the most recent prototype of its patented 3D interdigitated battery that delivers groundbreaking performance:

  • 3-minute hyper-fast charge
  • Operates and charges in extremely low (-30 degrees C) and high (+100 degrees C) temperatures
  • Nonflammable

All three attributes of Prieto’s lithium-ion battery were tested and validated by a third-party accredited battery testing lab.

Prieto’s battery will charge faster than you can fill your car’s gas tank,” said Mike Rosenberg, Prieto CEO. “When you charge your car faster than gassing up, range is no longer a hindrance and everyone becomes a potential EV buyer.

Due to its 3D architecture, Prieto’s battery fully charges in three minutes and achieves a 50% charge in 90 seconds, regardless of size.

A three-minute charge fundamentally changes how companies can design their products and how consumers use them,” added Rosenberg.

The Prieto 3D battery delivers the industry’s widest temperature operation. Not only does it operate at -30 degrees C (-22 degrees F), but it also charges at that temperature. The battery also operates and is safe at temperatures as high as +100 degrees C (212 degrees F).

“Prieto’s battery is the only battery that we are aware of that will not only operate, but will also charge at -30 degrees Celsius,” explained Rosenberg. “As we learned this past winter when extreme cold weather hit North America, many people were left stranded with dead EVs. Our battery would have allowed these EVs to continue to operate and charge, instilling confidence in drivers to rely on their EVs even in extreme temperatures.”

Prieto’s 3D architecture and design ensure that the battery is not flammable or combustible. A third-party lab conducted the gold standard “nail penetration test” on Prieto’s battery that resulted in no fire or explosion, and the battery continued to operate.

Prieto’s battery operates safely and will not catch fire like traditional lithium-ion batteries,” Rosenberg said. “The 3D architecture and the materials we use ensure that our batteries will not experience thermal runaways or fires, which gives consumers peace of mind.”


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