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Engineers in the lab of Xin Li, an Associate Professor of Materials Science at Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, have developed a new solid-state battery that is capable of 10,000-lifetime cycles and a charge rate as fast as three minutes. The revolutionary technology has brought in an exclusive grant from Harvard’s Office of Technology Development for Li’s startup Adden Energy, Inc., which will help develop cells with improvements in reliability and performance that could be used in future applications for electric vehicles.

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And when they are cheaper to operate than gas driven vehicles, the public will buy without the huge subsidies now being offered to buyers. We have unlimited carbon based fuel and don't need solar, wind or green. There is no climate crisis. Wake-up.

they been claiming that shit since the 1970's and it's all a lie

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