Canada’s National Research Council is working to develop alternative materials for use in major battery components, including anodes, cathodes and electrolytes. The NRC’s goal is to make lithium-ion batteries safe enough in large format to use in electric vehicles while significantly lowering their cost. Isobel Davidson, leader of the clean-energy technologies program at the NRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology, says researchers are looking for materials that ...

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