New nickel-manganese-cobalt cathodes leading to much higher energy density batteries

- January 13th, 2011

Next Big Future.com reports that GM (NYSE:GM) is developing highly energy dense batteries for their cars, utilizing nickel, manganese and cobalt.

Next Big Future.com reports that GM (NYSE:GM) is developing highly energy dense batteries for their cars, utilizing nickel, manganese and cobalt.

The story is quoted as saying:

“This is probably the most capable cathode material that we have seen out there, and that’s the reason that we think it’s really critical that we get started working on this material now, so that we can get it on the road,” Lauckner says. “It’s going to take some years to further develop it and validate it. The idea is we want to get this on the road for the next generation of battery packs that come out.”

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