Toyota, Compact Power, and BYD offer contrasting views on the future of Li-ion at the Lux Executive Summit

At the 2010 Lux Executive Summit, Bill Reinert, National Manager for Toyota Motor Sales' Advanced Technology Group, Prabhakar Patil, CEO of Compact Power (subsidiary of LG Chem and battery supplier for the Chevy Volt), and Micheal Austin, VP of BYD America, presented their visions for lithium-ion (L...

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