Israeli startup StoreDot has begun shipping samples of its fast-charging batteries to automakers for real-world EV testing. The samples are 30-Ah lithium-ion pouch cells “in EV form factor,” StoreDot which claims can add 100 miles of range from just five minutes of charging. The sample cells will go to automakers that have invested in StoreDot, including Daimler, VinFast, Polestar, Volvo, and Ola Electric, the release said. The startup aims to put cells based on this design into mass production in 2024, and then move on to faster-charging versions. Read original article here.