Leyden Energy

  • Developing Li-ion battery with an LTO anode, paired with an LMO spinel cathode, for use in microhybrids
  • Differentiation in lithium-imide electrolyte and own LTO materials development, but facing stiff competition from the likes of Toshiba and Johnson Controls
  • Targeting 500,000 sha...

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