GM’s battery bet shows off lithium-metal cell that tops rivals

Nov 4, 2021

SES has produced more than 15,000 multi-layer hybrid Li-metal cells on its own production lines. Credit: SES   SES Holdings Pte, a startup backed by General Motors Co., is unveiling a lithium-metal battery big enough to power a car, a sign the newcomer is pulling ahead of rivals in its efforts to commercialize technology that could boost the range of electric vehicles. Singapore-based SES, which is going public through a $3.6 billion reverse merger with a shell company led by...

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