Robin Bell on Ilika’s Goliath batteries for EVs

In this video, Ilika’s NPI Director, Robin Bell, discusses the process of bringing their developed technologies to marketable products, with a particular focus on their Goliath large format batteries for electric vehicles.

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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