Researchers in the U.K. develop an electric-car battery using nickel-cobalt-manganese electrochemistry to produce a 35% improvement in range compared with existing technologies. Battery maker Axeon, with partners Ricardo and Allied Vehicles, spent more than £1.3 million ($2 million) developing the high-energy-density battery system for EVs. The battery requires 50% less volume and 30% less mass compared with those using lithium-iron-phosphate chemistry. The project received a £680,000 ...

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