Highlights of the Battery Show 2015: Google's silicon anode work, DuPont's high-voltage electrolyte, and more

Lux Research analysts attended and spoke at the Battery Show 2015, one of the world's largest energy storage conferences. With the atmosphere markedly buoyant and optimistic compared to past years, six particular highlights stood out for us:

  • Google's work on silicon anodes and solid-state...

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