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PPG receives DOE funding to study coatings applications in automotive lithium-ion batteries


PITTSBURGH–()–PPG (NYSE:PPG) today announced it has received funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for research into the use of two versatile, high-output processes in the production of lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery electrodes. The three-year, $2.2 million project – one of 13 selected through a DOE initiative focused on addressing engineering challenges for advanced battery materials and devices – will be conducted in collaboration with Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee.

The goal of the PPG project, titled “High-Energy and High-Power NMP-Free Designer Electrodes with Ultra-Thick Architectures Processed by Multilayer Slot-Die Coating and Electrophoretic Deposition,” is to achieve…



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