Battery Power 2008 attendees talk separators and Li-ion battery safety

At the recent Battery Power 2008 conference, we caught up with Peter Roth of the Advanced Power Sources Department at Sandia National Lab. Peter’s group is responsible for testing lithium-ion batteries for abuse tolerance – one of the three legs of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) FreedomCAR prog...

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