Nissan & NASA To Take On Solid-State Battery Challenge

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  • Nissan and NASA are collaborating to find ways to replace the raw materials used in today’s batteries which typically require specialized mining techniques and are subject to wild commodity price swings.
  • Their research includes using an “original material informatics platform” which is a  computerized database of hundreds of thousands of material to see which ones will work best to create new battery technologies.
  • Nissan expects to have their cars powered by the next generation batteries and  available to customers by 2028.

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