Dyson Invests $15M In Michigan Battery Tech Firm Sakti3

dyson-dc59-motorhead4 Batteries are often still the main limiting factor when it comes to most electronic devices we use every day, and that includes electric vehicles. That’s why Dyson has invested $ 15 million into Sakti3, a Michigan-based firm that is developing a solid state battery tech that theoretically has much higher energy density (power per inch, essentially) than the current, liquid-based Lithium… Read More

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