Lead-acid batteries cannot support the high energy demands of vehicle electrification. The answer lies in lithium
We are in the era of the European Green Deal. Various regulations and directives, primarily European ones, aim to go carbon neutral by 2050 through decarbonisation in all economic sectors, and by further reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The energy system is obviously critically important to achieve these goals. Manufacturers of machines and vehicles of the future will have to address a complex, structured change in switching from internal combustion engines to complete electrification. Lithium will be the game changer.