supernova23 Tuesday, 01/21/20 10:37:25 AM Re: Scumbag Fraudsters post# 207 Post # of 231 There are many possible battery technologies being worked in an attempt to create a better safer battery. Such technologies also includes solid state (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solid-state_battery) and aqueous (https://www.wired.com/story/scientists-made-a-nearly-invincible-lithium-ion-battery/) battery technologies that may well one day serve to displace lithium-ion battery technology. However, these novel approaches towards changing battery chemistry are not without present day issues such as being cost prohibitive or having a limited # of charge cycles (or quick battery degradation). In the event that such technologies were able to overcome such issues and be commercially viable solutions to rival lithium-ion batteries (Li-B) we're all familiar with today, this would likely displace Li-B and a need for TRS technology. In the opinion of many experts this isn't likely to happen any time soon but will eventually happen. Although certainly a cornerstone, KULR Technology isn't only about its TRS battery enclosure technology. KULR also offers some of the best, if not the best thermal interface materials (TIM) in the world today relative to cost point. The thermal interface market has great potential for growth in the coming years do to necessity for improved TIM's (i.e. carbon fiber): https://www.printedelectronicsworld.com/articles/19075/thermal-interface-materials-why-will-markets-double-by-2025). KULR as an emerging player in the TIM game for consumer-facing applications is capable of capitalizing on this.