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6 Oct, 2022
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Moroccan scientist and engineer Rachid Yazami invented lithium batteries that take only 10 minutes to charge an electric car, breaking the world record for recharge speed of 20 minutes.

Yazami says that his new batteries recharge three times faster than Tesla’s, which take one hour - a previously unattainable record - to fully recharge an electric car.

The voltage of lithium batteries ranges from 3.6 to 4.2 volts. What happens when charging the battery is that the voltage takes a continuous upward trend without descending. The change we made is that we control the speed of the voltage, so instead of it staying upward until the end of the charge, we control it,

Yazami wrote.

Yazami believes he and his team have revolutionized the storage of electrical energy by studying the current and controlling the electrical voltage.

The news comes as Morocco has repeatedly signaled its willingness to embrace the green transition. With the transition to electric car production increasingly becoming a necessity, Morocco has announced plans to increase its production of electric cars over the next two years.

According to Morocco’s Minister of Industry and Trade Ryad Mezzour, the country’s electric car production is expected to double in the next two to three years, reaching 100,000 units per year.