What It Really Costs to Commercialize New Battery Technology: Lessons From More Than a Decade of Investment Data

As plug-in vehicles and stationary storage continue to build momentum, batteries are attracting enormous interest and hype – but as many investors have already learnt the hard way, this technology is very expensive and difficult to commercialize. To quantify what it really costs to bring a new energ...

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