PNNL researcher Jason Zhang and his colleagues are striving to improve the electrodes and electrolytes in batteries that power today’s electric vehicles. PNNL leads Battery500, a multi-institutional partnership that is exploring options for creating powerful, next-generation lithium batteries for electric cars.
PNNL researcher Jason Zhang and his colleagues are striving to improve the electrodes and electrolytes in batteries that power today’s electric vehicles. PNNL leads Battery500, a multi-institutional partnership that is exploring options for creating powerful, next-generation lithium batteries for electric cars. Courtesy PNNL
PNNL researcher Jason Zhang and his colleagues are striving to improve the electrodes and electrolytes in batteries that power today’s electric vehicles. PNNL leads Battery500, a multi-institutional partnership that is exploring options for creating powerful, next-generation lithium batteries for electric cars. Courtesy PNNL

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