Will Li-S Batteries Change the Economics of Sulfur Recovery?

Li-S batteries and sulfur recovery

The Advent of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries

With slow progress in electric vehicle driving range and smartphone stamina, the limitations of current lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries have become glaring. First commercialized by Sony in 1991, the now dominant Li-ion technology is struggling to improve the performance of the existing chemistry, its incremental gains outpaced by consumer demand. As the next breakthrough in battery design is hotly anticipated, one technology shines with promise due to superior performance and the practicality of its materials: Li-S. Continue reading “Will Li-S Batteries Change the Economics of Sulfur Recovery?”