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16 Battery-Related Highlights at CES 2023

This year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) highlighted exciting innovations in battery-related tech.

Jake Hertz

January 9, 2023

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Since its origins in the 1960s, the Consumer Electronics Show has been the epicenter of the technology industry. Year after year, the industry’s best and brightest attend the show to unveil new technologies to the world and to highlight technological progress.

CES 2023 was certainly no different, serving as an opportunity for companies big and small to announce new and exciting technologies to the world. With over 3200 exhibitors, including 1000 startups, CES 2023 showcased the next era of innovation from transportation and mobility to digital health, sustainability, Web3, metaverse and beyond. The 2023 event drew in more than 115,000 industry professionals—marking the largest audited global tech event since early 2020.

While many different fields were highlighted at this year’s show, few gained more attention than the plethora of battery-related technology innovations showcased at CES 2023.

In this gallery, we’ll highlight some of the most noteworthy battery-related technology stories from CES 2023 to get a better understanding of the current state of the industry and its direction in the future. Read on to learn about 16 of the most exciting battery-related news from this year's CES.

About the Author(s)

Jake Hertz

Jake Hertz is an Electrical Engineer, Technical Writer, and Public Relations Specialist. After he received his M.S. and B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Rochester, he spent three years working as an Electrical Engineer at MakerBot Industries. 

As a writer, Jake is well known for his frequent contributions to various engineering websites, where he has garnered readership in the tens of thousands. Through his business, NanoHertz Solutions, Jake works with cutting-edge companies in the hardware and semiconductor space to build industry buzz and awareness through Public Relations and Technical Writing services.

As an engineer, Jake now works with numerous startups to help develop their hardware products. He is also a Co-Founder of Origin Labs, a NYC-based design firm for tech startups in the hardware space.

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