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Charging sustainable batteries

Christian Bauer, Simon Burkhardt, Neil P. Dasgupta, Linda Ager-Wick Ellingsen, Linda L. Gaines, Han Hao, Roland Hischier, Liangbing Hu, Yunhui Huang (), Jürgen Janek, Chengdu Liang (), Hong Li, Ju Li, Yangxing Li, Yi-Chun Lu, Wei Luo, Linda F. Nazar, Elsa A. Olivetti, Jens F. Peters, Jennifer L. M. Rupp (), Marcel Weil (), Jay F. Whitacre and Shengming Xu
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Christian Bauer: Paul Scherrer Institute
Simon Burkhardt: Justus Liebig University
Neil P. Dasgupta: University of Michigan
Linda Ager-Wick Ellingsen: Institute of Transport Economics
Linda L. Gaines: Argonne National Laboratory
Han Hao: Tsinghua University
Roland Hischier: Empa Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
Liangbing Hu: University of Maryland
Yunhui Huang: Tongji University
Jürgen Janek: Justus Liebig University
Chengdu Liang: Zhejiang University
Hong Li: Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ju Li: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Yangxing Li: Advanced Power
Yi-Chun Lu: The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Wei Luo: Tongji University
Linda F. Nazar: University of Waterloo
Elsa A. Olivetti: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jens F. Peters: Universidad de Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares
Jennifer L. M. Rupp: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Marcel Weil: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Jay F. Whitacre: Carnegie Mellon University
Shengming Xu: Tsinghua University

Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 3, 176-178

Abstract: Having transformed our way of life, rechargeable batteries are poised for exponential growth over the coming decade, notably due to the wider adoption of electric vehicles. An international expert panel proposes a combination of vision, innovation and practice for feasible pathways toward sustainable batteries.

Date: 2022
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