A Finnish-Swedish company developed a super material from waste liquid, and it can revolutionize electric cars – Economy

Stora Enso developed a suitable raw material for lithium batteries from lignin, a by-product of pulp soup. Soon it will already be made in factories. The plans have a turnover of one billion.

This not really convincing now. The bottle shows black carbon powder, i.e. pure carbon, element symbol C. The carbon itself, which, bound to carbon dioxide, slowly warms the earth.

Forestry company Stora Enso’s innovation director Lauri Lehtonen still seems to be extremely enthusiastic about the product. For the past twenty years, he has worked in research and development tasks in the forest and chemical industry around the world.

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