Waaree Technologies plans 5 GWh battery cell production capacity leveraging 3DBattery’s lithium-ion and sodium-ion battery technology.
Schneider Electric’s state-of-the-art battery lab will focus on developing innovative battery technologies and exploring new energy storage solutions that prioritize sustainability and minimize environmental impact.
Log9 Materials will use Gamma Technologies’ system simulation software in developing the next-generation lithium-ion battery cells for electric vehicles.
Birla Carbon has acquired Belgium’s carbon nanotube manufacturer Nanocyl as it looks to establish a leadership position in materials critical to lithium-ion battery performance.
The purchase follows Epsilon’s recent $1.1 billion investment in the establishment of a 100,000-ton cathode battery materials manufacturing facility in Karnataka, India.
Amara Raja Batteries has changed its name to Amara Raja Energy & Mobility as it directs its focus to becoming a comprehensive solutions provider in the energy and mobility space.
Exide Energy is setting up 6 GWh of lithium battery capacity initially, including 3 GWh for lithium nickel cobalt manganese oxide (NCM) and lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cells each. It plans to scale it to 12 GWh in the near future.
Attero Recycling, India’s largest e-waste and lithium-ion battery recycler, recently processed samples from the Jammu and Kashmir mining belt and was able to recover 200 PPM (parts per million) of lithium carbonate, which was close to the ballpark range shared by the government of India. Nitin Gupta, chief executive officer and co-founder of Attero Recycling, speaks to pv magazine about the significance of their extraction and refining methods in ensuring India’s self-reliance in critical battery-grade materials.
OGO Energy will manufacture battery packs incorporating its battery management system and battery cells with improved longevity and heat-resistance made possible by noco-noco’s X-SEPA separators.
E-waste recycler Eco Recycling (Ecoreco) will use the technology developed by the Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (CMET), under India’s Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), to recover valuable elements from end-of-life lithium batteries.
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