We all know that fire risk is always present with many of these batteries. I’m definitely no expert but I know that Tesla surrounds their batteries with some sort of fire retardant substance. Also NASA is working with a US battery maker to come up with new FAA regs. I believe the batteries being tested have a BMS (battery management system) that will isolate an overheating cell. Maybe the easiest solution for us is to put these batteries in a fireproof box, with a heat sensor. If the sensor tells us of an overheat situation - maybe we can just eject the box?
What does eerybody think?