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Novel Electricity: Thriller about Batteries

Batteries may be an industry worth about $100 billion a year in a mere 15 years. Therein lies a story. Author Steve LeVine has seized it for his just released novel, "The Powerhouse."  Want to know about South African Mike Thackeray? And Argonne scientist Jeff Chamberlain? Pick up a copy.

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Batteries may be an industry worth about $100 billion a year in a mere 15 years.

Therein lies a story. Author Steve LeVine has seized it for his just released novel, "The Powerhouse."  Want to know about South African Mike Thackeray? And Argonne scientist Jeff Chamberlain?

Pick up a copy.

As the Wall Street Journal recently reviewed, "The Powerhouse: Inside the Invention of a Battery to Save the World' is the story of a race among top U.S. scientists, Silicon Valley visionaries (and shysters), and rivals spanning China, Japan and elsewhere. All are vying to lead the development of a battery that will enable electric vehicles to challenge the dominance of the internal-combustion engine."

Electrifying.

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