Automakers still betting big on lithium-ion batteries – wrongly

The lithium-ion announcements continue to pour out of the automotive industry. Recently, LG Chem and Hyundai Mobis, the parts and service partner of Hyundai Motor and subsidiary Kia Motors, finalized their $34 million joint venture with the aim of producing 200,000 lithium-ion battery packs yearly, ...

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