Sakti3's solid-state batteries nearing commercial deployment, but it needs to find a rich (and bold) partner

Stealthy solid-state battery startup Sakti3 is claiming that it is about two years away from commercial deployment. It promises batteries with twice the specific energy of conventional lithium-ion (Li-ion) units: The startup has estimated about 250 Wh/kg to 300 Wh/kg from its first product, and m...

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