Solid-state batteries have emerged as a promising candidate to replace conventional liquid electrolytes in today’s Li-ion batteries, enabling the use of active materials that can store more energy while also improving safety. Despite these advantages, solid-state batteries have yet to break into high-volume applications such as cell phones, tablets, or electric vehicles due to high costs, low power output, and poor room temperature performance . However, rapid advancements in manufacturing processes and high profile investments in the technology are improving performance and driving solid-state batteries nearer to adoption. This report outlines the current technical status of various solid electrolyte materials, identifies promising startups and large companies most likely to make a commercial impact, and forecasts adoption of solid-state batteries for consumer electronics and transportation applications.
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