The lack of adequate electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure may be the greatest barrier to the widespread adoption of EVs in the United States.
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Over the next decade, significant growth in the global electric vehicle market will translate into equally significant growth in the lithium battery market.
Reuters reported that Wanxiang Group Corp.'s plan to acquire A123 Systems Inc. (OTC Pink:AONEQ), which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month, has been approved by China's government. The deal must still be approved by the US government and is contingent on whether A123 receives better bids at an auction next month.
Lithium supply security is front and center in the minds of the world’s leading technology firms. New research at Missouri S&T aims to study the impact of technical, geopolitical and economic factors on lithium supply.
Bloomberg reported lithium demand is spurring a U.S. company to build a factory to extract the metal from brine in California.
Aggressive targets for electric vehicle deployment must be balanced with real cost reductions, infrastructure developments, and consumer choices and confidence.
Russian industrialist Boris Zingarevich obtained control of lithium battery manufacturer Ener1, causing anxiety for some industry stakeholders.
With electric vehicles forming the fastest-growing segment in the US auto market for Q1, investors may be interested in understanding what the future holds and what factors have inspired these sales.
Lithium producers, lithium battery manufacturers and the broader lithium investment community received some interesting news on Tuesday, as the Department of Energy (DOE) disclosed the results of a major review of research spending.
In a recent webcast, Dr. Arun Majumdar discussed the United States Department of Energy's Clean Cities Program to support public and private partnerships that further lithium battery research, electric vehicle and alternative fuel transportation deployment and infrastructure development.