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A new printing process could increase battery capacity by over 10 percent.
A123’s new factory exploits automation and advances in nanotechnology.
A new cathode design could result in batteries that can store double the amount possible with current electric car batteries.
GM licenses technology that could also make the batteries much cheaper.
A method for turning powders into fibers has many potential applications.
Electric cars arrive, and solar, batteries, biofuels, and engines all advance.
As Congress prepares to vote on a comprehensive spending bill, U.S. energy projects such as ARPA-E hang in the balance.
The next few years will show whether the batteries in electric cars from GM and Nissan are safe and reliable.
The government funds a factory to make battery materials, but it’s not even clear they’ll be needed.
GM and Nissan hope to reduce costs by reusing depleted batteries.