ArcActive has developed a novel negative electrode that demonstrates high and sustained dynamic charge acceptance (DCA) performance that exceeds the traditional limitations of this parameter that have beset car manufacturers. The presentation focuses on full-scale data that have been obtained from the Ford EU DCA test standard, CCA performance, and water consumption on the new EU specification. An update on manufacturability is also provided together with a recently proposed mechanism for the high level of DCA performance.


Shane Christie
ArcActive Limited
Testing & Development Manager

Biography: Shane Christie is the Testing and Development Manager at ArcActive and is responsible for managing the company’s R&D programme. Shane graduated from the University of Canterbury and has been with ArcActive since the company made its first electrode.


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