GM's $145/kWh lithium-ion battery cell foreshadows electric vehicle price parity

In an unusual move, American OEM General Motors (GM) has stated that its upcoming lithium-ion (Li-ion) cell costs will be $145/kWh by 2017, falling to $100/kWh by 2022. These projections are astonishingly low, and were announced during GM's Global Business Conference, an event where it looks to a...

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