South Korea. Michigan. Japan. And Russia?
- Domenick Yoney
- Dec 31, 2009
Looking to fill a gap in its energy technology profile, Russia is to get its first lithium ion battery production facility with a little help from China's Thunder Sky Energy Group Ltd. The Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies (RUSNANO), an entity formed to advance projects with "high commercial potential or social benefit," has teamed up with the prolific battery maker to build a plant in Novosibirsk that will supply lithium ion-based energy storage for electric transportation, communications
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