Indian startup OGO Energy targets lithium battery manufacturing capacity of 1 GWh by December next year. Currently, it is setting up its first 100 MWh lithium battery assembly plant in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. It expects this plant to start production by Jan. 2023.
OGO Energy will target stationery and e-mobility sectors with its products for behind -/front-of-the-meter applications in commercial and industrial (C&I) microgrids, data centres, e-mobility (3-wheeler electric vehicles), telecom, and automated guided vehicles.
Abhishek Singh, co-founder and chief executive officer, told pv magazine they are using both the lithium ferro-phosphate (LFP) and nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) chemistries to develop energy storage solutions depending upon the application.
OGO Energy recently raised an undisclosed amount of capital. It plans to set up a state-of-the-art R&D facility and assembly plant to develop lithium-Ion battery energy storage systems with an in-house developed battery management system.
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