By 2020, Volvo expects its rechargeable battery technology to power all the vehicles it sells worldwide.
Rechargeables will be in the mix in all the electric vehicles that Volvo plans to produce and sell, and the company will be working to make these vehicles as reliable and environmentally friendly as possible.
The company expects that it will sell around 2 million rechargable batteries in 2021.
While the rechargables will still be expensive, they will be cheaper than traditional batteries because they can be used for more purposes than simply storing energy, according to Erik Lander, a professor at the University of New Hampshire and one of the founders of Volvo’s research lab.
Rechargable battery storage is a relatively new technology that has been gaining popularity, Lander said.
The Swedish automaker has long had a reputation for using renewable energy, which has made it one of its biggest investors in the clean energy space.
However, it is unclear how many of those batteries will be recharged.
Volvo is already a significant contributor to clean energy technologies like electric vehicles, but the company is also working on other clean energy applications, like wind power, solar power, and storage of renewable energy.
Lander said that in addition to its own battery research and development, Volvo has a team of engineers working on recharging battery technologies that are designed to be environmentally friendly and reliable.
“The battery recharging technology is the only one that we are working on that is currently proven and safe,” Lander told Autoweek.
“We want to get it into the cars of the future and that’s why we are focusing on these products,” he said.
Langeren added that the company’s research and research labs will be able to help it make better battery technologies.
In addition to the recharging capabilities, the company has plans to make batteries that will be as clean and reliable as possible for the future.
Landers said that the recharged batteries will also be able work as energy storage, a process where they can provide power to a vehicle or even help it run on its own.
He said that Volvo hopes to be able for this to happen within five to 10 years, which is a good time to invest in the technology.
Langesen said that a lot of people are excited about recharging batteries and the technology, but that the technology is still very young.
He pointed out that the current technology is already in use in a lot a car, and he said that it could be used in many other types of vehicles as well.
The recharging system, Langesen told Autoweb, is a combination of different types of batteries.
He noted that the battery rechargers are smaller than traditional rechargeable cells and that they don’t have to be as expensive to manufacture.
“The batteries that we will produce are much safer than conventional rechargeable,” Langesan said.
“They will not only be environmentally clean, but they will also produce less carbon emissions than traditional recharger batteries.”
The company is hoping to sell as many as 1 million recharged battery systems by 2021.