Nearly all Automotive manufacturers who have a defined roadmap for EV namely Nissan, Toyota, Honda Tesla, or even Waymo ( formerly Google self driving EV project) started testing new material on MATERIAL INFORMATICS PLATFORM (MIP) themselves in their R&D labs. Some in collaboration with universities and Startups. Their goal is to avoid the use of expensive materials like rare metals, which are needed for lithium-ion batteries. MIP is a computerized database, to test various combinations to see what works best among hundreds of thousands of materials computational chemistry and chemoinformatics using materials informatics support vector machine (SVM) algorithms etc and supervised learning. Few popular MIPs as under, CITRINE, MPDS, Material Platform for Data Science, Materials Genome Initiative (USA Govt).