The Japanese Company KEEP has Developed New Nano-technology That Prolongs the Life of the Mobile Lithium Battery by 250 Percent

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The KEEP company developed a new nano technology which benefits life-span of mobile lithium batteries and increases efficiency of solar panels.

The Japanese company KEEP has developed new nano-technology that prolongs the life of the mobile lithium battery by 250 percent.

KEEP combined negative ion-emitting ore particles, which emit the highest negative ion in natural world, existing terahertz technology, and waves of various frequencies to create this new technology. The company called this new technology “KEEP-TERAHERTZ.”

KEEP-TERAHERTZ is a more advanced version of the newest terahertz technology used around the world. KEEP uses the ideal terahertz wave-radiating time at a low temperature to increase the performance of raw materials. Existing terahertz machines radiate terahertz waves at high temperatures, which is not as effective.

According to KEEP, this new technology will be beneficial in many ways. For example, with it, the company has successfully extended the life span of the mobile lithium ion battery by 250 percent, while at the same time increasing its efficiency.

KEEP also claims that the new terahertz technology provides physical benefits to people by radiating the terahertz wave continuously for a certain period of time.

Additionally, KEEP has successfully increased the electricity exchange ratio of photovoltaic solar generation panels by as much as 40 percent. This was done through improvements to noise performance and electrical resistance of solar power generators.

KEEP has set a two-year target for listing stock after fundraising.

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Sansei Ikeda