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    Fast-Changing Innovation: The Battery Race Powers Forward

    Veronica Zhang, Deputy Portfolio Manager and Analyst
    August 03, 2021

    Electrification and the pursuit of a clean, green and circular economy have shifted demand in industry and consumers alike. However, electric vehicles are arguably still not quite on par with conventional alternatives. We believe that batteries are the most common solution to the energy storage problem, with aging grid infrastructure, more renewables on the grid and higher demand for electricity coming from the switch to electric vehicles.

    Download White Paper - Fast-Changing Innovation: The Battery Race Powers Forward

    Download White Paper - Fast-Changing Innovation: The Battery Race Powers Forward

    In this white paper:

    • What is an electric vehicle battery?
    • Evolving battery technology and what innovation is trending toward
    • The rapidly expanding global market for energy storage solutions


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    Veronica Zhang
    Deputy Portfolio Manager and Analyst