The continuous development of smart phone industry and the popularity of new energy vehicles are constantly promoting the innovation and improvement of battery technology. Recently, according to foreign media reports, the Estonian super capacitor manufacturer skeleton technologies said it had raised 41.3 million euro (about 322 million yuan) in a new round of financing. < / P > < p > since its establishment in 2009, skeleton’s total financing has exceeded 93 million euros (about 726 million yuan), which will be used for the research and development of “super batteries”. < / P > < p > “the roadmap to zero emissions requires a combination of innovation and a variety of technologies, and supercapacitors are the key technology to reduce emissions.” “We’re not competing with lithium-ion batteries and hydrogen fuel cells either, but complementary to them in terms of improving performance and reducing costs,” said taavi madiberk, skeleton’s boss It is understood that skeleton announced in September this year that a breakthrough graphene super battery has been produced with karlsruhr Institute of technology in Germany, which can be fully charged in 15 seconds, about 1000 times faster than ordinary batteries. < / P > < p > the current lithium batteries in traditional electric vehicles usually take about 6-8 hours to fully charge, or even longer. And after a few years of use, the charging effect of lithium batteries is greatly reduced. Therefore, the emergence of graphene super battery makes a number of new energy vehicle manufacturers see the hope of rising. However, because the battery technology is not mature, the relevant personnel are still working hard to develop it. It is reported that skeleton has signed a letter of intent of 1 billion euro with a leading automotive original manufacturer, and officially put the battery on the market in 2023. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone