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Manganese-rich cathodes could double capacity of lithium batteries

Posted on Saturday, February 12 2011 @ 06:35:16 CET by


A California startup named Envia Systems is working on manganese-rich cathodes that could result in lithium batteries with twice as much juicy as current electric car batteries.
A California company called Envia Systems is developing a battery that promises to store twice the energy of lithium-ion batteries—the kind typically used in hybrid electric cars.

Envia has received investment from General Motors, which could be one of the biggest buyers of lithium-ion batteries for cars in coming years thanks to a planned lineup of plug-in cars including the Chevy Volt. The automaker's venture capital arm, GM Ventures, announced a $7 million investment in the startup last month.
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