LG Chem makes long-term battery investment in Europe with Renault and CEA

The French carmaker Renault and LG Chem, Korea's largest chemical company, are planning a long-term partnership focusing on lithium-ion batteries, along with France's Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission (CEA). The partnership will develop next-generation batteries, with production star...

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