Lithium Ion Phosphate (LFP) is advanced model and kind of lithium battery that addresses 4 major concerns with current lithium technologies:

Safety, Life, Power and Environmental Friendliness


  • No Thermal Runaway
  • Passes Stringent UN/DOT Testing with No Circuit Protection
  • No Poisonous Chemicals


  • 2000+ Cycles
  • 3+ Year Shelf Life
  • Highest Energy Density LFP Batteries on the Market


  • 150A Out of A Single Battery
  • 4.5 kW/L, Record Breaking Power
  • Up to 190 Whr/kg, Enough to Drive a Car 400 miles


  • Ingredients safe enough to use as soil to grow plants
  • No Heavy Metals
  • Recyclable

Pros and cons of lithium batteries

Lithium batteries have a much higher energy density than otherbatteries. They can have up to 150 watt-hours (WH) of energyper kilogram (kg), compared to nickel-metal hydride batteries at60-70WH/kg and lead acid ones at 25WH/kg.

They also have a lower discharge rate than others, losing around5% of their charge in a month compared to nickel-cadmium(NiMH) batteries which lose 20% in a month.

However, lithium batteries also contain a flammable electrolytethat can cause small scale battery fires. It was this that causedthe infamous Samsung Note 7 smartphone combustions, whichforced Samsung toscrap productionand lose $26bn in marketvalue. It should be noted that this has not happened to largescale lithium batteries.

Lithium-ion batteries are also more expensive to produce, as theycancost nearly40% more to produce than nickel-cadmiumbatteries.