Solid-state EV battery to become ‘a no-brainer’ choice

Solid Power’s Chief Executive offers an inside look at a pivotal new partnership with SK Innovation. By Megan Lampinen

Solid-state batteries could prove a game-changer for electric vehicles (EVs), addressing many challenges with today’s technology. Because they do not use the liquid electrolyte found in conventional lithium-ion batteries, they can potentially be lighter, offer greater energy density and provide longer range at lower cost. However, with demand for batteries poised to skyrocket, solid-state specialists must achieve battery production processes that are both scalable and compatible with existing lithium-ion production technology to remain successful in a crowded market. That’s the view from Solid Power, a Colorado-based pioneer in solid-state technology.

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