Lithium-air battery developers discuss their progress, but they have a long way to go

In the past few weeks, we heard presentations from a number of lithium-air (Li-air) battery developers. Steven Visco, CTO and VP of the secretive PolyPlus, spoke at the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) in Orlando a few weeks ago (see also the May 26, 2010 LRPJ). Additionally, Winfried W...

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