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Nissan plans to launch its EVs equipped with all-solid-state batteries by 2028, which will all be produced at its Yokohama Plant.
If and when the auto industry switches to “solid-state” EVs with new batteries, range and efficiency could drastically increase. But there’s a problem.
ProLogium debuts cutting-edge 106Ah solid-state battery, advancing EV tech. Taoke factory to supply 26k vehicles globally.
Enpower Greentech is building a semi-solid state EV “Swift” battery with 73% more range than a lithium-ion car battery.
NIO set to revolutionize EVs with semi-solid-state batteries, promising enhanced range and efficiency across new models.
EV adoption has slowly gained traction due to slow charging speeds, but this could change with innovations in EV charging technology.
Hyundai Motor Group and Seoul National University opened the Joint Battery Research Center.
ProLogium and MAHLE join forces to develop cutting-edge solid-state batteries for EVs, achieving double energy density and investing €5B in a French factory.
Toyota recently announced a groundbreaking advancement in solid-state battery technology, vastly increasing range and shortening charge time.
Nissan and Toyota race for solid-state EV batteries: longer range, safer, faster charging. Challenges: pure lithium access, building new factories.
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