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Solid-state battery

A solid-state battery is a battery technology that uses solid electrodes and a solid electrolyte, instead of the liquid or polymer gel electrolytes found in lithium-ion or lithium polymer batteries.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVoltBrightVolt.

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In 2011, French transportation company BolloréBolloré launched BlueCar with a 30kWh lithium metal polymer batter and a polymeric electrolyte created by dissolving a lithium salt in a co-polymer. In 2013, researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder developed a solid-state lithium battery with a solid composite cathode based on iron-sulfur that promised higher energy capacity.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, EnergizerEnergizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Researchers at Sakti3Sakti3 announced a solid-state lithium-ion battery in 2014. They claimed their battery had higher energy density for lower cost and in 2015 Sakti3 was acquired by Dyson who planned at the time to develop an electric vehicle using solid-state battery technology.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, ToshibaToshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy SystemsSolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle CorporationAlbemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker AutomotiveFisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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In 2019, researchers at Australia's Deakin UniversityDeakin University announced they had managed to use common industrial polymers to create solid electrolytes.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, HitachiHitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, TeslaTesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGKNGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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In 2019, researchers at AustraliaAustralia's Deakin University announced they had managed to use common industrial polymers to create solid electrolytes.

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Other automakers following Toyota include BMW, Honda, Hyundai Motor CompanyHyundai Motor Company, Nissan, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 SystemsA123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson ControlsJohnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung ElectronicsSamsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG ChemLG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronicsSTMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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Companies involved in the research, development and manufacturing of solid-state batteries include CATL, Tesla, Nissan, SolidEnergy Systems, BMW, Samsung Electronics, Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda, Applied Materials, Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi, Enphase Energy, Johnson Controls, Bollore, Solvay, Albemarle Corporation, QuantumScapeQuantumScape, Dyson, STMicroelectronics, TDK, Mercedes-Benz, Energizer, Seeo, Sakti3, LG Chem, BYD Electronics, Infinite Power Solutions, NGK, Solid Power and BrightVolt.

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