US: GM to use government developed cathode material
General Motors and the US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have signed a worldwide licensing agreement to use Argonne's patented composite cathode material to make advanced lithium-ion batteries that last longer between charges and can charge at higher voltages.
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