Leicester University, a partner in the PolyZion EU-funded battery research consortium, reports that the group is now two years into the little-publicised three-year, €3.5m (US$5m) project to create a new chemistry for fast-rechargeable zinc-polymer batteries for hybrids and small EV applications.
The PolyZion (fast rechargeable zinc-polymer battery based on ionic liquids) consortium received €2.4m (US$3.4m) under the …
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