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Friday, 13 April 2007 12:42

NEC and Nissan tie up to improve batteries

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Nissan has linked with NEC in bid to design better batteries for electric cars. The technology they are looking at is is based on lithium-ion batteries, which are common in electronic gadgets but do have a tendency to explode under stress.

Other car makers have been using nickel-metal hydride batteries, although General Motors is also working on lithium-ion batteries.
NEC Tokin will produce the batteries, according to The Nikkei.

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