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The next few years will show whether the batteries in electric cars from GM and Nissan are safe and reliable.
As Nissan and GM prepare to ship flagship electric vehicles, Toyota is taking another road.
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.
Promising battery technologies often get bogged down in long experiments–a new test could set them loose.
Electric cars could benefit from a new manufacturing method.
A startup company has a printing method for solid-state batteries.
The devices could help stabilize the grid, and make charging electric cars cheaper.
The all-electric car will tell drivers where to recharge.