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The main challenge to realizing solid-state batteries has been discovering a material with all of the right properties. If Ionic Materials is right and their polymer is the one to beat, we could ...
Electric Cars Honda hops on solid-state battery bandwagon. Given how they can benefit future EVs, it's not surprising.
Electric car maker Fisker has just announced a new patent on better batteries. The new patent is for a solid-state battery technology. The new type of battery promises more energy density than ...
The race to develop and offer solid-state batteries in cars is heating up some more. Hyundai announced that it is investing in a company based in Massachusetts called Ionic Materials. The company ...
Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Panasonic are just four of the heavyweight Japanese companies that have reportedly teamed up for a new research and development program to develop solid-state batteries.
Fisker's flexible solid state battery tech promises hands-free, one-minute recharging, and 500 miles of range, which would alter automotive landscape.
Here comes BMW up the battery backstretch! There’s a race on in the electric vehicle world. One where a solid-state battery awaits at the finish line instead of the traditional checkered flag.
Normally it’s a pretty solid assumption that whatever “revolutionary new battery chemistry” has just hit the news is going to crash and burn — sometimes literally.
Hyundai has made an investment in Ioniq Materials, a US company that says it has created new solid-state battery technology that will make future batteries safer, more powerful, and less costly.
Korean battery maker Samsung SDI will be able to produce solid-state batteries that are safe from explosions for smartphones in one to two years, the firm’s executive said.