Stellantis said Thursday that it has invested in U.S. startup Lyten to accelerate the commercialization of its technology for electric-vehicle batteries and other applications.

The Netherlands-headquartered car maker said the Silicon Valley company’s graphene technology has applications for lithium-sulfur EV batteries, a potential alternative to the traditional lithium-ion batteries that doesn’t use nickel, cobalt or manganese.

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