going The company Japanese battery manufacturer GS Yuasa, with a history of more than a century, is on its own path, as battery makers around the world fight for a slice of the lucrative electric vehicle market.
GS Yuasa is developing energy cells that can withstand harsh environments, from under the ocean to outer space, the company is betting On the next era of battery power everywhere through its dependence on the principle of performance is the source of competitiveness.
GS Yuasa batteries serve as the primary power source for the International Space Station, andKounotori, the unmanned transport vehicle built by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), has delivered GS Yuasa batteries to the station.
All of the batteries on the International Space Station have been replaced by GS Yuasa, the first batteries used by NASA and made by a non-American company.
The International Space Station is powered by solar panels, while it is powered by electricity stored in batteries When you move to the dark side of Earth.
The station, which orbits the Earth once every 90 minutes or so, charges and discharges its batteries 16 times a day.
The batteries used in the space station have a service life of more than 10 years in the outer space environment.
Given that smartphone batteries’ performance begins to deteriorate after several years of charging and discharging once or twice a day, the batteries installed on the space station are extremely durable.
In addition to space, GS Yuasa batteries operate in the depths of the ocean, where they are located in the gooThe world’s first new Japanese series operating with lithium batteries.
The Ministry of Defense received the first submarine of the new class called Oryu, which Its batteries are charged using a diesel generator, while the batteries power the engines that propel the submarine through the water in its stealth mission.
This allows the ship to operate virtually silently, making it difficult for potential enemies to track.
The use of lithium-ion batteries, which can store more energy than conventional lead-acid batteries, allows the submarine to spend more time underwater.
GS Yuasa was making lead-acid batteries for submarines when it began working with the Ministry of Defense and Mitsubishi to design a new type of power cell for submarines in the first half of the 2000s.
The result was a lithium-ion battery that passed the stringent safety and durability standards required for use on submarines.
The development trial of GS Yuasa batteries began in 1895 with the first lead-acid battery, and the company now manufactures Prismatic lithium-ion batteries and ultra-thin lithium-ion batteries.
GS Yuasa lead-acid batteries enjoy a high global market share, and have a wide range of uses.
GS Yuasa is the world’s largest motorcycle battery maker, with an 18 percent share, and is among the best battery manufacturers for four-wheeled vehicles with an 8 percent share.
Special purpose batteries, such as those used on spacecraft and submarines, are a niche market.
The company is participating in a technology development project for electric-powered aircraft, led by the Japan New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, and its role is to create a next-generation battery for such aircraft.