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Energy Storage

Sila Nano, BMW form anode materials pact

by Alex Scott
March 26, 2018 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 96, ISSUE 13

 

California-based start-up Sila Nanotechnologies has teamed with BMW to develop energy-dense anodes for long-range lithium-ion car batteries. Sila says it can make silicon-rich anode materials that offer a far higher energy density than the graphite in conventional anodes. The anode materials are safe, compatible with existing battery production processes, and economically viable when made at large scale, Sila says.

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