A lithium battery is a type of battery that has a lithium metal electrode sandwiched between a plastic casing.
The battery can be used to power a vehicle or other electronic device.
A battery has an average life of 10 years and can store up to 50,000 times its rated capacity.
In a typical lithium battery, lithium metal electrodes are sandwiched in between two layers of polystyrene, a polymer used to make batteries.
Lithium battery can store energy for up to four years Lithium batteries are used in electric cars and are known for their energy density and low cost.
The technology has also been used in high-end consumer electronics including laptops, tablets and smartphones.