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8 Sept | Battery Research and Development Consortium

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Alison Pearks
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8 Sept | Battery Research and Development Consortium
Seeks to fund a consortium to address priorities critical for the next phase of wide scale EV commercialization including cost positive recycling of battery components, use of earth abundant materials (i.e., less or no nickel and cobalt), development of BLI chemistries — meaning those using a Li metal anode, and further development of a U.S. domestic supply chain for plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) battery components. In addition, significant improvements to the performance of existing technologies are of interest, including but not limited to, better low temperature performance, more abuse tolerance, and better fast charge acceptance.

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