LTO anode batteries gain traction in hybrid electric buses, but far from a tipping point

The Chongqing Transit Bus Company has indicated that around 1,000 plug-in hybrid electric buses with batteries using lithium titanium oxide (LTO) anode materials will be procured during 2013 to serve the city's public transit system. While the bus suppliers have not been disclosed, the batteries ...

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