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My name is Rossi Morreale, and you’re watching my exclusive interview with one of America’s most iconic tech analysts… Louis Navellier.

The analyst that the New York Times has hailed as an “an icon among growth stock investors” [1]

And Forbes has called, “The King of Quants.” [2]

Now, Louis went forward with a bold claim recently…

A claim that honestly caught me by surprise.

He said that a critical part of the electric vehicle… a component currently in every single EV on the market… is about to become obsolete.

The lithium-ion battery.

Now, Louis believes that lithium-ion batteries are about to be replaced by a new battery technology…

One so powerful that Popular Mechanics is praising it as the “holy grail” of EVs…[3]

And Motortrend has called an “EV gamechanger.” [4]

And today, Louis is going to give folks all the details they need to get in on this new battery technology…

Including the name and ticker symbol of a small company working with this breakthrough tech…

A company that has been backed by Bill Gates…

And one of the world’s largest automakers… completely free.

So, stay tuned.

Louis, thanks for sitting down and talking with us about this opportunity today.


It’s a pleasure to be here, Rossi.

We’re at a pivotal moment for investors in the EV industry.

I’ve been keeping an eye on the EV market for almost 10 years.


And even when I bought my first EV in 2019, it was mainly intended as a plaything – a car I could drive around my oceanfront community.

I just really didn’t think that EVs would be able to overtake gasoline-powered cars while they were using lithium-ion batteries.

There were just too many issues.

Charging took forever…

The range was limited….

The lithium-ion batteries…. Well, they can catch fire or explode!

But now, thanks to this new battery technology, I believe that the EV revolution is right around the corner…

This battery tech…. well, it’s going to flip the EV market on its head.

It’s going to make it possible to significantly charge a car in as little as two minutes…

And could drive up to 1,000 miles on a single charge.

That is game-changing.

And it’s the reason why some of the brightest minds in the technology world are betting big on this battery breakthrough.

They know this is the turning point…

The breakthrough that will allow EVs to topple the $2 trillion gas-powered vehicle industry.

The last 10 years of the EV industry, that was just the groundwork.

This new battery innovation… it’s going to push us into the next era…

It’s going to do what Intel did for the computer industry…

Or Apple did for the smartphone…

It’s going to allow EVs to go mainstream.

And when that happens… we’re looking at one of the biggest technology roll outs in history. Folks need to be ready.

And that starts with getting in on this new battery technology….

Before the EV market goes into overdrive.


That makes sense.

To be honest, until you told me about it, I had no idea that lithium-ion batteries were problematic.

I thought they were going to be the future of the electric vehicle industry.


You’re hardly alone in thinking that way, Rossi.

If you asked anyone on the street even slightly familiar with electric vehicles… they’d tell you that lithium-ion batteries are the future.

And I can’t blame people.

People hear about lithium-ion batteries constantly…

Elon Musk… who arguably is one of the best-known people in the EV space… is still talking about Tesla using lithium-ion batteries in EVs.

And they have a new generation of lithium-ion battery called the 4680. [6]

But the reality is, lithium-ion batteries just have too many issue to be utilized in a full-scale EV rollout.

And that’s the reason that adoption has been so slow. Consumers still aren’t buying the EV promise. They’d still rather drive traditional cars.

Let me ask you this, Rossi, how many electric cars do you think are in America today?


Are we talking fully electric or hybrid?


Fully electric.


Well, considering I feel like I see a Tesla every other block… I’m going to guess around 5 million.

Let’s say there are 5 million EVs in America today.

Final answer.


Good guess, but way off. I know it’s hard to believe, but there are currently only 1.4 million electric vehicles on the road today… [7]

That means that less than 1% of cars on the road are fully electric.

Less than 1%. [8]


No way – you’ve got to be kidding me, Louis. I’m not joking when I say I see an EV every single block!

How can there be only a million in America?


Well, Rossi, as you just said, you see a lot of Teslas.

And they are memorable cars! I remember a Tesla; I don’t remember a Ford Fusion or a Honda Civic.

But the truth of the matter is that electric vehicle adoption has been slow… much slower than the media would like you to think.

And I should ad that, Teslas are very popular in California because you can get in the HV lane with only one person.

And California has that high gas tax… and there are other reasons to buy a Tesla. [9]

But that’s not across the country.


But I feel like people are so enthusiastic about EVs right now, Louis.

It’s all about you know, change the environment.


You’re right – people are excited about EVs right now, Rossi.

And for good reason.

Joe Biden just made history by pledging to make all of America’s government vehicles electric – that’s over 640,000 vehicles. [10]

And it isn’t just America…

Experts say that Europe… which prides itself as being ahead of the curve when it comes to EVs… will need to invest 80 billion euros into charging infrastructure to hit their EV goals… [11]

China has already invested $60 billion[12]… and will need to invest 100 billon yuan every single year between 2021 and 2030 to hit their EV goals. [13]

Those are huge sums.

We have big companies throwing their names into the ring…

Like Amazon… Jeff Bezos says that they are going to build a fleet of 100,000 fully electric vehicles. [14]

And Walmart says that they want to build a fully electric fleet by 2040. [15]

And then there are the big automakers…

Rossi, at this point it’s hard to find a big automaker who hasn’t released or is preparing to release an electric vehicle.

The world’s biggest automaker, Volkswagen Group, just said they want all their vehicles to have an electric option by 2030. [16]

And Ford its two bestselling cars – the F-150 [17][18]as fully electric.

For those who aren’t tuned in to the auto industry, this is a huge deal.

The F-150 is regarded as the most popular vehicle in America. [19] The company must be pretty confident that the future of transportation is electric to make that kind of bet.

And they aren’t alone.

GMC is releasing an electric Hummer. [20]

Chevrolet is releasing a full EV truck.[21]

Porsche is releasing its full electric Taycan. [22]

Combined, experts believe that automakers will invest over $90 billion into electric vehicles… [23]

But here’s the thing, Rossi.

Even though all the money pouring into EVs is great… a lot of these companies and governments are ignoring the elephant in the room.

Or at least not mentioning that elephant to the public.


Which is?

They know that lithium-ion batteries aren’t sustainable in the long run. They just have too many issues.

And it’s going to get in the way of adoption, Rossi. Customers are complaining about these issues.

I just don’t believe that EVs will be able to gain momentum until these things are fixed.


Okay, Louis, so walk me through this. What exactly are the big issues with lithium-ion batteries…


So, for starters, I want to make it clear that I do think lithium-ion batteries have served a purpose.

I’m a technology investor, Rossi … I recognize that lithium-ion batteries have changed our world.

Your laptop… your tablets… your smartphone… none of them would be possible without lithium-ion batteries.[24]

And the EV industry is no different.

Over the last 10 years, lithium-ion batteries have gotten 88% cheaper… which has reduced the price of electric cars. [25]

You could walk out of this studio today and buy a $30,000 electric car…[26]

That’s the lowest price in history.

We’ve also seen electric vehicle range improve dramatically.

Tesla’s best car can get 400 miles on a charge, which is on par with many gasoline-powered cars.

But here’s the thing – today, lithium-ion batteries are becoming antiquated in our quickly moving world.

They have limitations – limitations that have become more apparent as electric vehicles enter the mainstream market.

That’s why even the inventor of lithium-ion batteries, John Goodenough, has said that this technology has reached its limit.

He’s already started working on the new battery technology I’m going to tell you about today![27]

But back to lithium-ion for a minute… let’s look at the key issues.

So there are four key issues with lithium-ion batteries.

The first and most important issue here is safety.

Lithium-ion batteries are flammable.

This isn’t a secret. It’s all over the news. Just look at some of these headlines, Rossi.

“Tesla Model S erupted ‘like a flamethrower.’” [28]

Or “brand-new Tesla Model S spontaneously burst into flames while it’s owner was driving it.” [29]


“Parked Teslas Catch Fire Randomly… No Recall in Sight.” [30]

Headlines like these… they are a car owner’s worst nightmare.

Can you imagine getting in an auto accident only to have your car erupt into flame while you’re inside of it?

Or being called down to your parking garage in the night to find out that your car has lit the building on fire?


I genuinely don’t know what I would do if I got that call, Louis… It’s horrific.

And are these battery explosions just limited to Tesla?


Sadly, no.

While Tesla vehicles are featured in a lot of the scarier headlines… these battery issues extend to other auto manufacturers.

In July, General Motors had to issue a warning to consumers when two Chevy Bolts caught fire…

In that statement, they told Chevy Bolt owners not to charge their cars unsupervised…


Make sure you’re around when your car catches on fire…


Or even leave them in the garage overnight.  Isn’t that crazy?

They ended up having to recall 50,000 cars. [31]

Ford… Hyundai… BMW… all of them have seen major battery fires recently. [32]

And it’s a publicity nightmare.

Bloomberg even published an article stating that “Vehicles going up in flames aren’t new to the electric era.” [33]

And here’s one of the scariest parts of all of this… a lithium-ion battery fire is nothing like an ordinary fire. [34]

There was a story just recently about a Tesla that caught fire…

The firefighters that came to put out the blaze ended up using 28,000 gallons of water…

28,000 gallons… that’s enough to fill the swimming pool in the back of my house.

But they had no choice, Rossi. Because the car… it just kept igniting!

The firefighters were describing it as “a trick birthday candle.” [35]

Can you imagine that? Your car being on fire for seven hours!


No… no I can’t.

Are the automakers doing anything about this, Louis? Honestly, looking at these stories, these cars feel like a bit of a safety hazard.


The legacy automakers… they know how big this issue is.

That’s why some of the biggest automakers out there…

Volkswagen… Ford… Toyota… Hyundai…. Nissan… BMW… General Motors. [36]

They’ve all committed to the new battery technology that I’m going to tell you about today.

In fact, Toyota is going to debut a prototype car with this technology in 2021…

Ford could start using this technology as early as 2025. They’ve already invested $130 million into the new battery breakthrough I’m going to tell you about today.

And then there is Volkswagen…

As I mentioned, they want every car in their fleet to have an electric option by 2030….[37]

And to make that happen they’ve invested up to $300 million into the small battery company I want to share with folks at the end of this presentation. [38]

So, to answer your question, Rossi, the big automakers are doing something about it.

They are building out the infrastructure for EVs using lithium-ion as the base.

But they are also transitioning to this new battery technology as quickly as they can.


Louis, I notice you didn’t mention Tesla there.

They’ve been at the forefront of electric car innovation for so long. Are they embracing this new battery technology?


Sadly, for now the answer is no.

And it’s one of the reasons I have my doubts about Tesla as a company long-term.

Now don’t get me wrong. Tesla has promise. But their reliance on lithium-ion batteries will put them at a disadvantage as the EV market evolves.

And they know this.

That’s why Elon Musk has been doing everything he can to distract people from the company’s battery issues.

For example, on February 8 news broke that Tesla was under review by Chinese authorities…[39]

Chinese consumers had reported a slew of issues… specifically battery fire issues.

And the day that story was set to break…

Elon Musk announced that Tesla was buying $1.5 billion in bitcoin. That announcement created a media circus! [40]

The Chinese investigation became a lost headline…

It’s just my opinion… but I don’t think Elon Musk has any real interest in bitcoin. He is just a publicity expert.

But no amount of media pandering can change the reality…

Battery fires have become such a problem that Tesla has provided firehouses in America a pamphlet that details exactly how to handle this kind of fire. [41]

Elon can distract… but he can’t hide the truth.

And the truth is that the lithium-ion batteries currently in EVs are dangerous. There is no way around that.

That’s why all the big automakers are already eyeing the battery technology I’m going to tell you about today…

So, while Tesla doubles down on lithium-ion, the legacy automakers are investing millions into the next big thing.


I’ve got to admit, I never realized how big of an issue this was, Louis. It certainly doesn’t make me want to go out and buy one of these cars…

And you’re saying that the new battery technology… It doesn’t have these safety issues at all?


It has none of these safety issues, Rossi. In fact, this new battery technology is basically invincible.

I’ll tell you more about this later…

But for now, I’ll tell you this…

There are videos out there on the internet of these batteries being cut with scissors and shot…

They don’t explode. They can’t catch fire.

And here’s the craziest part.

Even after taking a tremendous amount of damage, these batteries keep operating. It’s really cool stuff to see…. But I’m getting ahead of myself.


I agree… I want to hear about the other issues here. What’s the next lithium-ion problem, Louis?

Anything as dramatic as fires?


Okay, so the next issue is a bit more boring.

But it’s still a big issue for the EV roll out.


The best electric car on the market currently can drive around 400 miles on a single charge… That’s the Tesla Model S.

And, I’ll admit, 400 is pretty far.  The average gasoline-powered car gets around that.

But 400 is hardly the average electric vehicle range. My Audi e-tron only gets around 220 a charge. And experts say that on average electric vehicles get around 200 to 250.

And a 200-mile range is fine if an electric vehicle is just an expensive toy…

But for everyday folks, that low range is going to be an issue.

Do you know what one of the biggest issues is with EVs?


Ummm… catching on fire?


Well, that.


Range Anxiety. [42]

People are genuinely worried electric vehicles just won’t cut it for road trips or any kind of long-distance travel.

That’s really saying something, isn’t it?

Range is a big issue that needs to be dealt with before the EV rollout takes place…

But that’s where this new battery tech comes in.

Early research on this new breakthrough battery tech shows that it can extend a car’s range by 80%!


That’s incredible, Louis.

If that’s true, then electric vehicles should be able to beat every gasoline-powered vehicle on the market, right?


You’re right. Just take a look at this chart.


Now this chart shows you the ranges of some of the most popular cars on the market…

You see the Tesla Model S right there… coming in around 400 miles.

But then there’s that bottom bar.

 That’s the range that a car could achieve once it’s using this new battery technology.

This new battery will be able to triple the distance of the best-performing electric cars on the market….

And it can go eight times farther than your average electric car. [44]

A range like that… it’s going to flip the electric vehicle industry on its head.

Suddenly, EV owners will be able to drive from New York City to Daytona Beach, Florida, without stopping once…

That’s why I’m so excited about this new battery tech, Rossi.

Not only is it safer than lithium-ion batteries… but it’s also going to make EVs one of the most efficient transportation options on the market.

Just imagine charging your car in your home… and then not needing to plug that car in for 1,000 miles.

Most Americans only drive around 13,500 miles a year.[45]

That means… if you have this battery tech in your car… you’ll really only need to charge your car around 14 times a year.


I’ll admit that’s impressive, Louis.

1000 miles… one charge a month!

But I have to ask… how long would it take you to fill up your car? 1,000 miles… it sounds like it’s going to take ages!

I know with the current electric cars you could be waiting for eight hours!


This is the best part, Rossi.

The incredible battery technology I want to tell people about today… well, experts believe that it will make it possible to charge an electric vehicle in… two minutes [46].


Two minutes!

Louis, you can’t be serious. It takes me longer than that to fill up my car with gas!


Dead serious, Rossi.

Experts from the company I’m going to tell you about today believe that this new battery technology will allow people to charge their cars to 80% capacity in just two minutes…

And that is going to solve one of the biggest problems with lithium-ion batteries.

The charge time.

Because… you’re right… today electric vehicles can take around eight hours to charge.

That means that if you’re on a road trip… you better plan to take a long pit stop.

Or if you forget to plug in your car before you go to sleep… you’re going to be late to work.

The charge time of lithium-ion batteries make owning an electric car an annoyance… They are impractical.

But this new battery technology… it takes care of that problem completely.

People are going to be able to charge their cars faster than they would fill up a tank of gas.


That’s crazy, Louis.

But what about the cost of this battery? I know I’m jumping a bit ahead here…

But, as you mentioned, lithium-ion battery costs have fallen by 88%. I imagine with this new battery technology, the cost of an EV will go way up, right?


Actually, it will go down. I’ll tell you how in a minute.

But what people need to realize about lithium-ion batteries is that… even when the price has fallen by 88%… they are still expensive.

And the reason why is that lithium-ion batteries just aren’t very efficient.

We’ve already hit 87% of a lithium-ion’s battery density, and that means that we really can’t make lithium-ion batteries any smaller or cheaper.

They need to be the size they are to give the vehicle the range they have… which isn’t even great.

So, I think that electric vehicles won’t get much cheaper as long as they are using lithium-ion batteries.

It’s just not practical. The materials are too expensive…

But the new battery technology I’m going to tell you about… well, Bloomberg says that its production cost is 40% that of current lithium-ion batteries. [47]

Which means that… in the long-term… we could be looking at a reduced price for electric vehicles.


Okay, okay, I get it, Louis.

After you’ve explained this… I see that lithium-ion batteries can’t be the future of the EV industry.

They have range issues…. They have charging issues… the batteries don’t last… they are expensive…

And of course, there is that nasty habit of catching on fire!

It sounds like the EV industry needs a new backbone.


Exactly, Rossi. That’s why this new battery I’m going to tell you about today is so exciting…

Thanks to this technology, the next generation of electric vehicles will be able to overcome all the issues you just mentioned.

And better yet, they will finally be able to outperform traditional vehicles on nearly every front.

That’s why experts are calling this battery technology the “Holy Grail” of energy.

They know it’s going to kick-start the $1.3 trillion EV revolution.

That’s also why people need to pay attention right now…

And it’s not just me saying that, Rossi.

History has already proven that… if people want the chance to make money in tech, they need to invest in game-changing technologies…

And they need to invest in them early.

Technologies that not only disrupt an industry… but redefine it.

Companies that build a technology like that… history has proven that they will see their values skyrocket.

Rossi, remember earlier in this interview when you mentioned some of the calls I made in the 1990s…


Yeah… you we’re knocking it out of the park in the 1990s, Louis.

Apple at $1.49… [48] Microsoft at 38 cents…Adobe at $1.82…

Correct me if I’m wrong here, but I think all those stocks would have gone up at least 10x by now.


They’ve gone up at least that.

But I’m not surprised. It’s not like I chose those stocks blindly.

I was targeting companies that were designing game-changing technologies…

Technologies that I believed would redefine emerging industries.

And many of those companies did just that… Just look at Apple as an example.

I first recommended Apple in 1988. It was trading for under $1.50.

Why did I recommend it them? Simple.

I told readers to buy into Apple because the company was building a computer that targeted consumers…the Macintosh.

And really, this was the first computer like this of its kind.

Before the Macintosh in 1984[49], computers were something for the superrich…

Or the government organizations that could afford them…. both financially and in space.

Because computers… well, a computer could take up half a room back then.

But the Macintosh came along… and it changed everything. It made it possible for everyday folks to own a computer.

And that enabled the personal computer boom of the late 1980s and 1990s. [50][51]


And Apple rode that wave.


That’s incredible, Louis.

And didn’t you also recommend Intel? If I remember things correctly, that company also played a big role in the evolution of the modern computer!


You’re right.

Intel is another example of a company that built a game-changing technology.

A technology that reshaped the personal computer market and computers in general.

Now I recommended Intel when it was trading for $3.60 in 1993.

The company had already been making chips for years…

Intel made chips for some of the earliest computers… specifically their 4004 semiconductor chip which was used in computers in the 1970s…

Now those early computers… they weren’t worth much.

They were primarily being used by big governments… and they were huge.

But I told folks to invest in Intel in 1993 because the company was improving… they were designing computer chips that were capable of holding more transistors…

Which would allow those computer chips to complete calculations far more rapidly…


Which means faster computers, right?



Intel’s Pentium chip in 1993 had 3.1 million transistors to the 4004’s 2,200 transistors.

CPU innovations like that made it possible to build much smaller and faster computers… [53]

And with those more powerful chips came cheaper and smaller computers for consumers.

Without Intel’s chips, we likely wouldn’t have seen the same computer that we have today.

They transformed computers from something that only the elite owned…

Or a toy of big government organizations…

To something that everyday folks could enjoy…. Folks like you and me.

And along the way, they went from being a company of 100 employees to a company with over 100,000 employees [54]and an annual revenue of $77 billion in 2020.

Since I recommended them, the stock has gone up as high as 1,900%.[55]

That means that people who invested in Intel in 1993 and held on could have turned a $5,000 investment into over $100,000.[56]

And there were more examples.

Adobe… which completely restructured the personal computer software industry… they saw their stock go up as high as 33,000%…

I recommended them at $1.82.[57]


Yeah. I wish I had been on that list.


Now to be clear, those are some of my best calls over the years…

And while I have a strong track record, everyone has some losses too. The average return of this service in 2020 was 14.6%.

And if you ever want to fact check any of our data… you can check out our Disclosures and Disclaimers page.

But here’s the thing… I understand these calls are exceptional. Because I was targeting companies that redefine industries…

And when you target those companies… well, you have the best chance at game-changing profits.

And today I believe that this new battery tech is doing for the EV industry what Apple, Adobe, and Intel did back in the 1990s.

It’s going to change the game.

And in doing so, it’s going to become one of the most valuable technology plays within the coming $1.3 trillion EV market.


Those are some incredible gains, Louis. And honestly, it just makes me more excited to hear about this new battery technology…

The technology that’s going to reshape the EV industry.

Are you going to tell us the name of this tech? Or just keep us in suspense?


Okay, okay. I feel like I’ve kept you in the dark long enough.




The breakthrough battery technology I’m talking about here is called a solid-state battery.

Now, I’ve already told you throughout this presentation that these batteries are vastly superior to lithium-ion batteries…

A total upgrade.

But now I want to tell you why.

So, the image you’re currently looking at is your standard lithium-ion battery.

You’ll notice three components.




You have your anode on the left, your cathode on your right, and the electrolyte separator in the middle. [58]


I’m following…


Now the separator… this part here… it is the main problem for lithium-ion batteries. It’s composed of liquid electrolyte, which has its share of issues.

It can swell if the battery freezes…

It can leak…

And of course, it is flammable. That liquid electrolyte separator is the reason that lithium-ion batteries explode.

But now let’s take a look at the solid-state battery.

So, with the solid-state battery we have basically the same components…

The cathode… the anode… and the electrolyte separator.

But here’s the big difference…

In the solid-state battery, the separator is composed of a solid electrolyte. And that solid electrolyte is the key.

Just this one change catapults this battery tech into the future.


So, break this down for me. How does having a solid separator make a difference in performance, Louis?

Range… cost… charging time… durability… safety.

How does the solid electrolyte help with these issues, Louis?


Okay, let’s start by looking at range, Rossi.

Now the main reason solid-state batteries are so much better than lithium-ion batteries is that a solid electrolyte separator gives these new batteries a much higher energy density…[59]

And a higher energy density means you can get a lot more power out of a small battery.

This is going to help with a vehicle’s battery range.

You may remember earlier that I mentioned we’ve hit the limit when it comes to lithium-ion range…

Scientists say that lithium-ion batteries have hit 87% of their energy density potential. [60]

And that’s an issue.

At this point, one of the only ways to extend the range of a lithium-ion powered car would be to make the battery bigger, making the car heavier.


That sounds like a step in the wrong direction.



But with solid-state batteries, they are getting a higher-performing battery in a smaller package.

Today, scientists believe a solid-state battery could allow you to travel as far as 1,000 miles… before having to charge your car.[61]

That’s huge…

It addresses one of the biggest issues people have about electric vehicles: range.


A 1,000 mile range beats every gasoline-powered car on the market…

But what about charging time? I imagine that with a 1,000 mile range… this car could take forever to charge.


Okay, so here is another great thing about this battery.

It can charge in just minutes…

And here’s why.

A solid electrolyte has 27 times more surface area than a liquid electrolyte, allowing the ions to move back and forth between the cathode and the anode far more quickly. [62]

That means that solid-state batteries can charge far more quickly than lithium-ion batteries…

Some scientists are saying that these batteries could even charge your car to 80% capacity in just fifteen minutes.

That’s faster than any gasoline-powered vehicle out there today.

And then there is issue #3: Cost.

Now, you may remember that I mentioned earlier that I didn’t think lithium-ion batteries could get too much cheaper.


Yeah – you said because we are hitting energy density limits with lithium-ion, we won’t be able to utilize smaller batteries.



So, one of the issues with the current electric car is it’s likely not going to get too much cheaper.

In 2020, lithium-ion batteries made up 30% of an electric vehicle’s cost to consumers.

And if you damaged an electric vehicle battery pack in a Tesla… you’re likely going to have to pay around $16,000 for a replacement. [63]


That is a whole new car to a lot of people!



But with solid-state batteries, that all changes.

Because these batteries can get more power with less material, many scientists anticipate the cost of electric cars going down.

Bloomberg published a report saying that they believe that the price of an electric car could fall well below the price of traditional cars when we have solid-state batteries… because these batteries are 40% that of current lithium-ion batteries. [64]

That means that we would be looking at dramatically cheaper cars.

You’d be paying more for gasoline-powered cars every time.


But what about durability here, Louis?

I remember with the lithium-ion batteries, this was an issue. People eventually have to replace their car batteries after 300,000 miles. [65]


So, this is another issue that solid-state batteries fix, Rossi.

We know that constant charging and discharging slowly erodes the performance of today’s lithium-ion batteries.

Now, this breakdown is slow… Tesla owners can still get around 300,000 out of a battery pack. [66]

But as you pointed out, replacing that battery pack is expensive…  as expensive as getting a new car!

But with solid-state batteries… well, people will be able to go hundreds and thousands of charge cycles before even beginning to lose energy capacity.

That means a car with a solid-state battery could literally be charged thousands of times… without losing any power.

And that’s huge.

You may remember earlier that I told you that the average American only drives 13,000 miles a year.


If we aren’t having enough fun here… I guess I have to do some math.

If people only have to charge their cars every 1,000 miles… so 14 times a year….

You could own a car for 50 years and only need to charge it 700 times.

Most people would never need to replace the battery…


They wouldn’t.

And granted, people like to replace their car every couple of years…

But who knows, with this kind of battery, you could be utilizing the same battery in every different car you choose to use during your lifetime.

There is that potential.

And that can save consumers a lot of money…

And, as an added bonus, it’s going to help our environment. Because replacing lithium-ion batteries takes a lot of resources. Resources that there are really only a finite amount of anyway.


Okay, so it seems that solid-state batteries fix all the big issues.

They could charge in as little as 2 minutes…

Allow you to travel 1,000 miles on that charge…

A single battery could last a human lifetime…

They are less expensive to produce…

But what about the safety, Louis? I remember you mentioned it’s the liquid electrolyte separator that causes the fires in lithium-ion batteries?

Do solid-state batteries fix that issue?


This is one of the best parts, Rossi.

Solid-state batteries… well, they are nearly indestructible!

Scientists have shot these batteries at point blank range… and these things just keep ticking. There are no explosions. No battery leaks. [67]

I’ve never seen anything like it.


Whoa, Louis, that is incredible!



This is why I’m so excited about solid-state batteries, Rossi. They fix every major problem that lithium-ion batteries have.

They’re safe…

They’re cheap…

They’re durable…

They can charge quickly…

And they more than triple an EVs range…

I mean, who wouldn’t want a battery like this in their car? This battery is the future.

That’s why the car world is going crazy over solid-state!

Matt DeLorenzo – a senior managing editor at Kelley Blue Book – has said that it will be solid state batteries that will put “EV[s] on parallel with internal combustion” vehicles – even comparing the technology to a silver bullet.[68]

And CNET says this tech will “transform” electric cars. [69]

And the folks listening to this event today… well, they have the opportunity to get in on solid-state tech before it’s rolled out commercially.

And that point is literally right around the corner.

As I mentioned earlier, Ford wants to be using solid-state batteries in their cars by 2025.

And Toyota plans to debut a protype solid-state battery in 2021…

And because adoption is right around the corner, the solid-state battery market is going to grow rapidly.

The solid-state battery market is expected to be worth $87.5 billion by 2027[70].

It’s currently only worth around $34 billion – so we’re going to see the market more than double.[71]

Folks who get in on the right solid-state battery plays now.

Well, they are going to be getting in before this industry takes off.


I agree, Louis. This sounds like the opportunity of a lifetime.

Which brings me back to something you said at the start of this presentation…

At the beginning of this presentation, you said that you would reveal the name of a company that is working with solid-state battery technology…

A company that is being backed by Bill Gates[72] and Volkswagen[73]… but is trading for less than $25 dollars a share.

Is that still on the table?


Of course.

This market is an $87 billion opportunity – I don’t want people walking away from this presentation without knowing the name of one company.

So, the company I want to talk about is called QuantumScape.

The ticker symbol is – QS.


I hope you wrote that down folks – QS.

Louis, what sets this company apart?


So QuantumScape has some of the best solid-state battery technology on the market.

According to the QuantumScape team, they’ve developed a solid-state battery that will be able to charge someone’s car to 80% capacity in 15 minutes.  [74]

If they really can do that, well, they will have one of the fastest-charging batteries on the market… hands down.  [75]

They’re going to blow the competition out of the water.

And there’s another reason I like QuantumScape…

They are working with an automaker I really like, Volkswagen.

Today, Volkswagen is the second biggest auto seller by sales numbers.

And QuantumScape has agreed to work with Volkswagen in producing solid-state batteries.

That kind of relationship is game-changing. [76]

And it’s just another one of the reasons I think that QuantumScape is so promising. [77]

Once QuantumScape brings a battery to market, they could see revenue climb quickly.


So, is that your recommendation for people to buy today, Louis?

Folks should go out and get QuantumScape?


Not quite. Let me clarify things here.

For today, I’m telling people to keep an eye on QuantumScape. It’s an incredible company, with some truly promising technology.

It’s got huge backers… Bill Gates and Volkswagen.

But it’s still not producing revenue… and I think there are some better companies out there that are already in the green…

And have a good hold on solid-state battery technology.

Trust me, I’ve been playing this game a long time Rossi.

And this isn’t a one-stock market.

Good investing is about diversification.

I would be giving people bad advice if I told them to go out and buy only QuantumScape…

Especially when the solid-state battery market is going to be an $87 billion opportunity.

Investing in the stock market isn’t like investing in a horse race… you don’t have to choose a single horse.

You can put money on multiple potential winners.

And that’s how you have the chance to make the big gains.

Think of it like this.

If you had put $1,000 in Apple when I first told people to buy it at $1.49 and held on until recently, you could have walked away with as much as $84,000 in .

of those companies played a different role in the personal computer boom… and all of them delivered incredible gains as high as 8,000% to 30,000%. [78]

And that’s why building a strong portfolio is key when taking advantage of big tech opportunities.

A strong portfolio is the difference between amateur and pro investors.

Amateurs… they are out there chasing “one stock” stories.

But the pros… they know they can bet on more than one horse. That’s why they pay analysts to perform hours of research on multiple stocks…

And then they buy the best opportunities.

That’s why guys like Warren Buffett beat the market, and your average investor gets hammered.


I mean that makes sense. But it also seems a bit unrealistic.

Not to be harsh, Louis, but how is the average investor supposed to find the time to go through hundreds of stocks?

The average person has a full-time job…

A family…

I can’t imagine devoting hours every day to just trading.


You’re right.

Your average person doesn’t have enough time to chase the best opportunities on the market.

And that’s why I want to do something special today.

Something I rarely do.

But I want to today because the solid-state battery opportunity is really exciting! People should be excited about it.

And they should know how to play it from every angle.



What’s that, Louis?


Well, as you know, I’ve been helping people navigate big tech booms for more than 30 years.

To do that, I designed an AI-backed stock selection software.

And over the past month, we’ve been devoting all of our focus to the coming solid-state battery boom.

Looking at every automaker…

Every solid-state battery producer…

Every battery metal company…

And during the course of that research, we found 3 stocks that I not only believe are leaders in solid-state battery technology…

But I also believe will reshape the EV market.

We’ve compiled those companies into an exclusive model portfolio… One just for my subscribers.

I called it 3 Plays for the Age of Solid-State Batteries.”

And folks listening to this presentation today can get the names of the companies in that model portfolio for free when they act on a special offer.


That sounds incredible, Louis. Is there a chance you can give us a few details about some of these companies?


I can’t give you their names… but here are a few details on one of my favorites.

One of these companies is one of China’s biggest battery makers… and they are likely going to be one of the first companies in China with a solid-state battery.[79]

Now that’s a big deal because China has a huge electric vehicle market.

As I mentioned earlier, the country is investing 100 billion yuan into their electric vehicle market every single year.

I expect this company to scale rapidly alongside of Chinese consumer demand for EVs.

Trust me, this company is one of the best picks on the market for folks looking to cash in on the global EV transition.

And that’s just one company.

The report I want to share with folks today showcases three companies with dynamic growth potential…

The companies that will lead the $1.3 trillion EV boom.


I mean it sounds incredible, Louis.

But how do folks get access to this porfolio? What is the catch?



So I’m giving a copy of my new solid-state battery model portfolio completely free with a of my Growth Investor research service.


Louis, if I’m not mistaken here, Growth Investor is your monthly research advisory, correct?

The one that beat the S&P by nearly 3-to-1 through 2020.



I founded Growth Investor nearly 30 years ago with a simple goal.

I wanted to help everyday folks… the folks who don’t have $7,500 to throw at a financial advisor…

Learn how they could take advantage of some of the biggest technology breakthroughs in history…

And I believe that I’ve accomplished that goal.

For example, my readers have seen gains as high as…

33,000% on Adobe…

11,602% on Cisco…

812% on Ebay…

And over 1,200% on Google.

Now of course all investments carry risk.

Past performance does not guarantee future success. I’d never advise people to invest anything they aren’t prepared to lose.

And while I have a strong track record, everyone has some losses too. The average return of this service in 2020 was 14.6%. To fact check any of our data, please visit our Disclosures and Disclaimers page.

But I designed Growth Investor to find opportunities like the ones I just mentioned… fast-moving technology plays in accelerating industries.

And I do everything I can to make sure that readers are getting in and out of those opportunities at the right time.

That’s why I publish a new research issue every single month… an issue that details a brand-new opportunity.

An opportunity that I believe is being missed by the mainstream media!

Just like the solid-state battery opportunity is today. And that isn’t all. I also want to keep readers up to date when the market gets turbulent…

No one’s going to lie to you here. I understand that investing is about both ups and downs…

That’s why my team and I also issue alerts if there is anything going on with our recommendations…

Or with the market in general.

With Growth Investor, people will get direct access to my best stock picks and research… and they will know what to brace for when the market takes a downturn.

It’s been a win-win for my readers.


It certainly seems so. Just look at some of the comments you’ve received over the years from across your services, Louis.

“On February the fifth 2021 I would close a position
that I initiated based on your recommendations with over $25,000 of profits. I will be rather satisfied if we can repeat this performance every month. Now it is your job to deliver.”

Karam G.

“ I subscribed to Blue Chip Growth for many years and bought Apple when you first gave the buy signal (I wish I could remember how long ago that was!). I bought 100 shares at $30 per share for an investment of $3,000. With the 2 splits I now have approx. 3,241* shares worth approximately $422,000.* I’ve always wanted to thank you, thank you !

Betty S.

“I just wanted to thank Louis for my very first 1000% winner. I am a 2-year subscriber and could not be happier.”

Doug R.

Please note: The investment results described in these testimonials are not typical; investing in securities carries a high degree of risk; you may lose some or all of the investment.

It certainly sounds like you have some fans out there…


I’m always glad to hear testimonials like those, Rossi. As I said, my goal here is to help folks find and discover game-changing technologies.

Even when they are working with a lot less.

The thing is, I wasn’t born rich.

My dad was a bricklayer. He worked hard to put food on the table for my family and I…

I didn’t grow up as part of the establishment. I was one of the people just scraping by… and then I figured out the stock market.

I leveraged technology to build my own fortune.

And that’s why I launched Growth Investor. And why I’ve been writing it for 30 years…

I want to help everyday folks get ahead of these kinds of technology booms… Which is why I want to mention one other thing here.


What’s that, Louis?


I want to give one other thing away to the folks who choose to act on this special offer today…

Another special report exclusively for Growth Investor members.

While I believe that EVs and solid-state batteries should be a portion of every investor’s portfolio… I also believe that there are other technology opportunities out there worth keeping an eye on…

Opportunities that will generate trillions of dollars in new wealth for investors who are paying attention.

And one of those opportunities is artificial intelligence.


AI? When you say artificial intelligence – I can’t help but think killer robots.


A lot of people think that way, Rossi.

But the reality is today’s AI boom doesn’t really have much to do with robots.

AI is really just another software boom… very similar to the software boom that we saw in the 1990s.

And the reason why is simple.

AI as a software is so valuable that analysts believe it could add $150 trillion dollars of new wealth to our global economy.[80]

That would make the AI opportunity bigger than almost every technology opportunity currently on the market.

That’s why I’m giving away another free report with this offer… a report my team and I put together to

My “3 Stocks for the $150 Trillion AI Revolution.”

And folks who sign up today will get that report… completely free alongside there “3 Plays for the Age of Solid-State Batteries” report.


Well, Louis, this sounds like an incredible opportunity.

And how much is all of this going to cost? No offense, but you mentioned that most advisors cost upward of $7,000 earlier, so you’ve got me a bit worried.


Nothing like that, Rossi.

Today, folks can get a full year of Growth Investor for just $49…

That’s more than 70% below what we usually offer it for. In fact, if you leave this presentation today and go to our main website, the price you’re going to see is $299.

So that $49 price… it’s the best price you’re going to get.

And it’s just for people who sign up with this special offer.


$49… That’s less than a meal for two, Louis.


Don’t you live in Los Angeles… there I feel like it’s a meal for one.


Fair, Louis, fair.  But I have one more question here. One I’m sure a lot of folks at home are asking too…




Well, what if I folks buy the service and don’t end up liking it?

Can they get a refund?


Of course.

I get that this may not be for everyone. Trust me, I’ve spoken to a lot of people over the years who were brand-new to learning about investing and find Growth Investor helpful. They’re able to discover big technology opportunities and have the chance to help build a healthy retirement.

But I understand that there are people out there who are going to try this service and not like it.

People who are really looking for “one stock” wonders.

That’s why I’m offering everyone listening today a completely risk-free trial of Growth Investor.

If you sign up today, you can get your money back anytime in the first 12 months… no questions asked.


Wait… so folks can have Growth Investor for a full year and get their money back? No questions asked?



As I said, I do this for a few reasons.

For starters, as you just pointed out, Rossi, some people are new to investing. You shouldn’t sign up with the expectation that you’re going to walk away with a 1,000% winner in the first month.

That’s not what we’re going for here.

My goal is to help people find incredible companies… ones with the potential to go up 10x… and then recommend to hold those companies until they deliver.

That’s why I offer a 12-month money-back guarantee.

I want people to give the stocks in my EV model portfolio the chance to skyrocket and not dip out after a single month.

I also want people to enjoy everything Growth Investor has to offer as a service…. And discover the new opportunities that we highlight every month.

This isn’t a one-stock opportunity venture. It could help set up the foundation of a healthy retirement.


That makes sense to me, Louis. And honestly, people are getting quite a lot with this offer.

Folks, I hope you’re getting excited. Today, you have the opportunity to get not one… not two… but three stock picks from one of the most iconic tech investors in America…

A man who found over ten 10,000% winners…

And identified some of the technology market’s biggest breakouts while they were trading for pocket change.

And that’s not all you’re going to get when you sign up today… you’re also going to get everything included in the Growth Investor package, including:

And you’ll get all of that for just $49 a year… that’s less than 14 cents a day.

Which, considering Louis’ track record, certainly feels like the deal of the century.

Just click “claim my offer now” to get started.

Louis, is there anything else you want to say to the folks listening today?


I certainly appreciate everyone taking the time to listen to this presentation today. As I said, the solid-state battery opportunity is going to be huge….

In just a handful of years, this market is going to double.

And with it, so will the EV market.

Already, major auto manufacturers are turning to solid-state batteries for their next line of EVs… the window to get in on this opportunity is small.

And I hope that everyone listening to this presentation today will take advantage of this opportunity.


Thank you for talking with us today, Louis.

Folks, remember to click “claim my offer below” to lock in this exclusive price today.

It’s been great having you with us.

[1] https://www.nytimes.com/2003/10/05/business/mutual-funds-report-what-if-you-crossed-momentum-with-value-investing.html

[2] https://www.forbes.com/2002/03/05/0305adviser.html?sh=16a40aeb3450

[3] https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/energy/a36440563/lithium-metal-battery-breakthrough-electric-vehicles/#:~:text=The%20Holy%20Grail%20Is%20Here,vehicles%20in%20just%2010%20minutes.&text=Lithium%2Dion%20batteries%20have%20flaws,close%20cracks%20where%20dendrites%20form.

[4] https://www.motortrend.com/news/toyota-solid-state-battery-ev-2021/

[6] https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesmorris/2021/08/31/when-is-the-tesla-battery-revolution-really-coming/?sh=6658a4987a33

[7] https://ihsmarkit.com/research-analysis/global-electric-vehicle-sales-grew-41-in-2020-more-growth-comi.html#:~:text=In%202020%2C%20new%20electric%20car,to%20about%2014%20million%20units

[8] The number of vehicles in America in 2020 was around 286 million.

Number of fully electric EVs was 1.4

https://financesonline.com/number-of-cars-in-the-us  (petrol)

https://ihsmarkit.com/research-analysis/global-electric-vehicle-sales-grew-41-in-2020-more-growth-comi.html#:~:text=In%202020%2C%20new%20electric%20car,to%20about%2014%20million%20units . (electric vehicles)

1.4 million is 0.4%

[9] https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/ev/incentives/hov-lane-access

[10] https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/biden-replace-entire-federal-fleet-electric-vehicles/story?id=75488441

[11] https://www.reuters.com/article/us-autos-electric-eu/eu-electric-vehicle-push-needs-80-billion-euros-for-chargers-industry-group-idUSKBN2A20W1

[12] https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/24/why-china-is-so-far-ahead-of-the-us-when-it-comes-to-ev-production-.html

[13] https://news.mit.edu/2021/chinas-transition-electric-vehicles-0429#:~:text=On%20average%2C%20the%20transition%20to,the%20transport%20sector%20every%20year.

[14] https://www.businessinsider.com/amazon-creating-fleet-of-electric-delivery-vehicles-rivian-2020-2

[15] https://www.greenbiz.com/article/walmart-drives-toward-zero-emission-goal-its-entire-fleet-2040

[16] https://www.bbc.com/news/business-41231766


[17] https://www.caranddriver.com/ford/f-150-electric

[19] https://www.ford.com/suvs/mach-e/

[19] https://theconversation.com/how-the-ford-f-150-became-king-of-cars-96255#:~:text=While%20Ford%20doesn’t%20disclose,more%20than%20the%20entire%20company.

[20] https://www.gmc.com/electric-truck/hummer-ev

[21] https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/future-cars/a33415643/electric-chevy-truck-with-400-miles-of-range-confirmed/

[22] https://www.caranddriver.com/porsche/taycan

[23] https://www.reuters.com/article/us-autoshow-detroit-electric-idUSKBN1F42NW

[25] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithium-ion_battery

[26] https://arstechnica.com/science/2020/12/battery-prices-have-fallen-88-percent-over-the-last-decade/

[27][27] https://www.autobytel.com/electric-cars/car-buying-guides/10-top-electric-cars-under-30-000-131749/

[28] https://news.utexas.edu/2017/02/28/goodenough-introduces-new-battery-technology/

[29] https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/12/28/tesla-battery-fire/

[30] https://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-fire-model-s-plaid-caught-fire-lawyer-claims-2021-7

[31] https://www.thedrive.com/news/28420/parked-teslas-keep-catching-on-fire-randomly-and-theres-no-recall-in-sight

[32] https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a34672772/chevrolet-bolt-ev-recall-battery/

[33] https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-10-16/battery-fires-put-bmw-and-ford-on-back-foot-just-as-evs-take-off

[34] https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-10-16/battery-fires-put-bmw-and-ford-on-back-foot-just-as-evs-take-off

[35] https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/federal-regulators-warn-risks-firefighters-100612424.html

[36] https://www.nbcnews.com/business/autos/federal-regulators-warn-risks-firefighters-electrical-vehicle-fires-n1271084

[37] https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1131589_vw-targets-50-cut-in-battery-costs-by-2030-transition-to-solid-state-tech#:~:text=News%20%2F%20Electric%20Cars-,VW%20targets%2050%25%20cut%20in%20battery%20costs%20by%202030,transition%20to%20solid%2Dstate%20tech

38]. https://www.electrive.com/2021/04/05/volkswagen-clears-another-100mn-for-quantumscape/

[39] https://electrek.co/2021/02/08/tesla-trouble-regulators-china-battery-fires-unexpected-acceleration/

[40] https://fortune.com/2021/04/27/tesla-tsla-bitcoin-btc-bet-how-much-has-it-made-elon-musk-profits/

[41] Backed up in article about Tesla going up like Birthday Candle

[42] https://www.virta.global/blog/myth-buster-electric-vehicles-range-real


[44] 114 mile range for most electric cars. 1,000/114 = 8.7

[45] https://www.caranddriver.com/research/a32880477/average-mileage-per-year/#:~:text=The%20U.S.%20Department%20of%20Transportation’s,over%201000%20miles%20every%20month .

[46] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbIGDASW5gI

[47] https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a34992832/battery-price-drop-2023/

[48] Louis Navellier recommended Apple in his MPT Review Issue February 1988 when it was trading for $1.49

He recommended intel in his MPT Review Issue March 1993

He recommended Adobe in his MPT Review Issue 1/1/1991

[49] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macintosh

[50] https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/technology/steve-jobss-apple-legacy/2011/10/06/gIQAHwzaQL_story.html


[52] https://www.census.gov/library/publications/2017/acs/acs-37.html

[53] https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/10817-slideshow-intel-processors-over-the-years.html

[54] https://www.macrotrends.net/stocks/charts/INTC/intel/number-of-employees

[55] 73.75 on 7/17/00 https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/INTC/history?period1=959817600&period2=965088000&interval=1d&filter=history&frequency=1d&includeAdjustedClose=true


[56] https://percent-change.com/5000-increase-by-1948-percent

[57] 1.82 rec in wiki, 623.95 on 7/23/21 https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/ADBE/history?period1=1626825600&period2=1626998400&interval=1d&filter=history&frequency=1d&includeAdjustedClose=true

Gain of 34,182% https://percent-change.com/index.php?y1=1.82&y2=623.95

[58] All of this explanation comes from the Samsung explanation document: https://www.samsungsdi.com/column/technology/detail/56462.html?listType=gallery#:~:text=A%20lithium%2Dion%20battery%20is,uses%20solid%20electrolyte%2C%20not%20liquid .

[59] https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2021/05/researchers-design-long-lasting-solid-state-lithium-battery/

[60] https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/has-li-ion-reached-the-point-of-diminishing-returns

[61] https://cleantechnica.com/2018/10/29/german-federal-government-invests-in-solid-state-battery-research/

[62] https://www.thedrive.com/tech/38915/it-costs-nearly-16000-to-replace-a-tesla-model-3-battery-pack

[63] https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a34992832/battery-price-drop-2023/

[64] https://www.motorbiscuit.com/how-many-miles-will-a-tesla-last/

[65] https://evannex.com/pages/the-cost-of-a-tesla-the-costs-of-the-tesla-models-maintenance-charging-and-more#:~:text=a%20Tesla%20Battery%3F-,Tesla%20batteries%20are%20designed%20to%20last%20between%20300%2C000%20and%20500%2C000,for%20driving%20will%20decrease%20slowly .

[66] Solid-state battery tests:

[67] https://www.fierceelectronics.com/electronics/future-evs-solid-as-solid-state-batteries

[68] https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/how-solid-state-batteries-can-transform-electric-cars/

[69] https://www.grandviewresearch.com/press-release/global-solid-state-battery-market#:~:text=The%20global%20solid%20state%20battery,by%20Grand%20View%20Research%2C%20Inc.

[70] https://www.grandviewresearch.com/industry-analysis/solid-state-battery-market

[72] https://fortune.com/2020/12/08/quantumscape-battery-lithium-bill-gates/

[73] See link below

[74] https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1131576_vw-group-solid-state-batteries-can-deliver-30-more-range-12-minute-charge-times “Frank Blome, head of battery cells at VW Group and a board member at QuantumScape, said solid-state batteries will have the ability to charge to 80% capacity in as little as 12 minutes”

[75] https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1131576_vw-group-solid-state-batteries-can-deliver-30-more-range-12-minute-charge-times “During Monday’s presentation, Frank Blome, head of battery cells at VW Group and a board member at QuantumScape, said solid-state batteries will have the ability to charge to 80% capacity in as little as 12 minutes. That’s about half the time required by the fastest liquid-type batteries in use today.”

[76] https://finance.yahoo.com/news/quantumscape-volkswagen-sign-agreement-select-124800006.html#:~:text=QuantumScape%20Corporation%2C%20(NYSE%3A%20QS,by%20the%20end%20of%202021.

[77] https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeltaylor/2020/12/15/volkswagen-evs-could-deliver-long-range-solid-state-batteries-by-2024/?sh=69a7b9bd2c4e

[78] This is backed up above.


That’s based on Dell’s share price on July 23rd, 2021 – $95

[79] https://insideevs.com/news/465188/nio-150-kwh-solid-state-batteries-2022/

[80] https://www.forbes.com/sites/andrewcave/2019/06/24/can-the-ai-economy-really-be-worth-150-trillion-by-2025/?sh=59cda3933bf4