At this point it should not come as a shock — no pun intended — that by the middle of this century the vast majority of cars on the road will be fully electric, with hybrid and internal combustion engine-powered cars taking a backseat. With all the improvements in EV technology over the years, however, one thing has stayed consistently annoying — slow recharge times. Even Tesla’s vaunted superchargers take 40 minutes. It’s simple physics: There’s only so much energy density that a series of cells inside current batteries can take over a given amount of time. Click here to read all about it!
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