Lithium-ion batteries are well known for being rechargeable. They are composed of cells in which lithium ions move from the negative electrode through an electrolyte to the positive electrode during discharging and the other way when charging. They are lighter, more compact than other rechargeable batteries, and have a much longer life. These traits allowed them to spread into various industrial applications, such as the grid energy storage system. Learn how to achieve competitive advantages in the cell manufacturing process and what data has to do with it?
In the Podcast, Klaus Petersen and Piotr Siwek also talked about
- Why is the cell manufacturing process so energy intensive?
- What can be achieved by structuring production data?
- How to achieve competitive advantage.
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