PaulTalking of the Wiki... there has not been a single contributor other than myself and Sally. It looks like I might be wasting my time... again .
I had a recent tour of the Stephenson Institute at Liverpool University, and I chatted at length to Dr Hardwick about the possible EV applications of his team's research. They started on static batteries, but the size and nature of the application means they're also making a direct hit on EV-sized cells. They're concentrating on the Electrode/Electrolyte interface. That's where they believe there are gains to be made, by making sure they are more fully separated again during the charging cycle...It's a good link. A couple of months ago I spent some time trying to learn about Li-ion batteries, mainly to understand if there were any guidlines about charging methods that could be used to prolong the longterm life of the battery.