Report Says Li-ion Technology Not Challenged – Yet Lux Research releases a report predicting that lithium-ion batteries will remain the predominant technology in automotive and other applications for at least another decade. The report, “Beyond Lithium-Ion: A Roadmap for Next-Generation Batteries,” contends developing technologies led by lithium-air and including lithium-sulfur, solid-state and zinc-air batteries offer up to 10 times better energy density than ...

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