Could JCESR’s Li-Sulfur Battery Revolutionize EVs?

Sulfur is among the cheapest and most abundant active battery materials. It’s much cheaper than cobalt, the most expensive part of a li-ion battery. A byproduct of oil refining, its availability is dramatized by the image of piles of sulfur stored outdoors produced in treating heavy oil sands in Fort McMurray, Canada. Photo: GlobalForestWatch.ca