Stationary customers benefit from second-use batteries while automotive companies bear the risk

As electric vehicles and grid-scale energy storage make their prolonged and faltering transitions from pilot stage to commercialization, battery and vehicle developers have been advocating "second-use" applications for lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. Under this principal, new Li-ion battery packs wi...

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