EV battery research powers ahead

Any serious discussion of the future of electric cars ends up with a review of where battery technology, specifically battery range and recharge speeds, will be in the coming years.

It’s complicated – much more complicated than the science that led to semiconductor improvements, which is what made our current computer and smart phones possible.

It’s also a good example of technology problems that need solving to move towards the carbon-free future described everywhere from the Department of Energy to Greenpeace to ExxonMobil.

Ilika plc (LON:IKA) is a pioneer in solid state battery technology enabling solutions for applications in Industrial IoT, MedTech, Electric Vehicles and Consumer Electronics.

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