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European carmaker Stellantis is investing in Silicon Valley-based start-up Lyten in a bid to deploy lithium-sulphur batteries to its electric vehicles, curbing production costs and carbon footprint. The undisclosed investment made by Stellantis Ventures was announced by the companies on Thursday. The financial backing seeks to accelerate the commercialisation of Lyten’s proprietary graphene applications to the mobility industry, Kallanish notes. The US fir…
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