SK Energy makes a splash in Li-ion battery market for EVs

This past Thursday, Hyundai announced that SK Energy will supply the lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries for its all-electric vehicle (EV) offering in Asia – the BlueOn. Hyundai will begin mass production of the BlueOn in 2013. The BlueOn's charging time and acceleration capability are being marketed as ...

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