By on March 3, 2011

What was the problem of EVs again? It’s the battery. Too expensive. Empty too fast. Also known as price and range.

Japan’s Sumitomo Electric thinks they have a solution, in the true sense of the word. Their molten salt battery is said to cost about 10 percent of the price of lithium ion batteries. It also holds twice the charge. (Read More…)

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