Tesla Working On Goodenough's Glass/Solid-State Battery?

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My moonshot/conspiracy theory that Tesla has been secretly working with John Goodenough, to commercialize his next generation solid-state lithium-ion glass electrolyte battery. The timeline of the research paper, clues about Tesla testing solid state batteries, and the move into cell production make me think something is up. Am I crazy? Let me know what you think in the comments below about the future of Tesla’s battery strategy!!

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LINK – Twelve Wing Productions video about the potential of Tesla’s new battery/solid-state cells:
LINK – Original 2016 Goodenough/Braga paper:
LINK – Electrek, Elon/JB comments on testing solid state battery on Q2 2017 conference call:
LINK – QZ article about Goodenough’s battery:
LINK – Spectrum 2019 article interviewing Braga about commercialization timeline of new tech:
LINK – Jeff Dahn’s 1M battery research paper:

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