James Morris writes in Forbes on an innovative EV battery startup.
- Theion’s battery technology is primarily composed of sulfur, the 10th most common element on Earth.
- The startup’s battery also does not require rare earth metals such as nickel and cobalt, which is especially important as rare earth supply chains are heavily reliant on China.
- Theion also claims that its batteries are bigger and weigh less than what is currently on the market, which could meaningfully extend EV range.
- Free market innovation is accelerating a clean future.
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