PolyPlus, Corning, and Johnson Controls join forces, powered by $9 million from the U.S. DOE

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced an award of $8,999,920 to batterymaker PolyPlus, Corning, and Johnson Controls (JCI) to scale up manufacturing processes for Li-air, Li-water, and Li-sulfur batteries. Specifically, the group will aim to manufacture PolyPlus' protected lithium electrode ...

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