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The battery build-up and its rivals

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This week we covered the explosive growth in electric vehicle batteries and some of the challenges in lithium-ion battery production, so to continue the theme, we look at the big leaps going on in battery technology, electric vehicles and how hydrogen continues to make a compelling case as an alternative.

Samsung Unveils Groundbreaking All-solid-state Battery Technology. [Business Korea]

Potassium metal battery emerges as a rival to lithium-ion technology. [ScienceDaily]

GM Unveils New Lithium-Ion Battery Tech, Vows 400-Mile Cars. [Extreme Tech]

As electric car sales soar, the industry faces a cobalt crisis. [Wired]

High time for heavy duty hydrogen trucks. [The Engineer]

Japanese launch world’s largest-class hydrogen production unit. [Power Engineering]

Europe to unveil EU-wide hydrogen fuel partnership. [Financial Times]

Electric vehicles are changing the future of auto maintenance. [TechCrunch]

How PSA will take control of its electrified powertrains. [Automotive News Europe]

Can Legacy Car Companies Compete With Tesla? [Inside EVs]

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