DOE reports major gaps in battery technology to support PHEV commercial launch

At the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Annual Merit Review of the Hydrogen and Vehicle Technologies Programs, we listened in on a presentation by Gary Henriksen from Argonne National Lab on the overview of applied battery research. One particular statement by Gary caught our attention – he said that...

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