Neil Vorano

Neil Vorano

September 14, 2022 2:52 pm


Lithium Ion batteries are the staple of electric vehicles; they’re lighter than other types of batteries, pack plenty of power and are relatively stable under operation. But scientists all over the world are working on new types of batteries that will be even lighter and more stable, with more power storage and longer lives and, in some cases, less expensive. Neil Vorano, editor in chief of The Charge, runs down the new battery tech coming up in the near future that will make EVs even more practical.

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