General Motors Ventures LLC invests $7 million in Newark, CA-based Envia Systems to provide the auto maker’s battery-engineering team access to advanced lithium-ion cathode technology. Separately, Argonne National Laboratory says it has licensed its cathode technology to Envia, marking the fifth such agreement for the technology. Envia says its High Capacity Manganese Rich cathode material for advanced batteries is available in limited quantities for pilot vehicle programs. The ...
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