Can Li-S challenge Li-ion for auto applications?

Lithium sulfur (Li-S) technology received renewed attention recently after BASF invested $50 million in Sion Power (see the January 18, 2011 LREVJ). At the 10x Advanced Battery R&D Summit, speakers and venture capitalists discussed this topic, but attendees were not very bullish on Li-S technology f...

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