Move over, Tesla: Meet the Dayton startup looking to disrupt the energy storage industry

An electric car charges.

Ten years ago, Tesla was still in its infancy as a public company. Its Tesla Roadster — the first highway-legal production car to use lithium-ion cells — had only been on the road for a few years, but manufacturer interest in lithium-ion battery technology was heating up fast.

Back then, Yuxing Wang knew solid-state batteries faced a long road to commercialization, but they still dominated his research for the next decade. Eventually, he thought, solid-state technology might shape the battery of the future.

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Written by Jacob Fisher.

Originally published October 6, 2021.

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