A123 Systems

  • Develops and manufactures Li-ion cells for mobility applications; the majority of its cells are pouch cells with either LFP or NMC 111 cathodes and graphite anodes
  • Working internally and with a variety of partners to develop high-nickel NMC cathodes, metallic lithium anodes, silicon anodes, and...

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