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Kyoto University and Toyota test 1,000 km per-charge EV battery

Prototype fluoride-ion cell packs bigger punch than lithium

Researchers at Kyoto University and Toyota Motor are working on a new type of rechargeable battery based on fluoride. (Photo courtesy of Kyoto University).

OSAKA -- A team of researchers from Kyoto University and Toyota Motor is making solid progress developing next-generation battery technology that has the potential to cram far more energy into a small, lightweight package than today's standard lithium-ion, or li-ion, batteries.

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