Gustav Graeber* and Venkata Saicharan Thatipamula
Edited by Jen-Hung Fang and Bertrand J. Neyhouse
Article | Aug. 29 2022
- Beyond-lithium-ion (BLI) technologies are promising for future energy storage
- Further relying on lithium or pursuing alternative active materials is a key choice to make for next-generation BLI batteries
- Targeted investments and policies for sustainable technologies could help facilitate a transition to abundant or recycled materials
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