• Solid-state battery maker, developing cells with more than 300 Wh/kg and 1,100 Wh/L, outperforming conventional Li-ion
  • Manufacturability unproven, and depending on potentially costly and complex production processes based on vacuum-deposition steps; far more investment – likely on the o...

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