By Dan Blondal, CEO, Director & Founder of Nano One
Your smartphones and laptops have been powered by lithium-ion batteries for years, affording them a reputation as the backbone of modern technology. As a response to climate action demands, automakers, miners, and governments are facilitating their application to power cars and store renewable energy—pivoting from a dependence on fossil fuels. Nothing is now more synonymous with lithium-ion batteries than electric vehicles (EVs). However, the current battery manufacturing process wasn’t designed to meet the significant demands of replacing fossil fuels.