Maharashtra-based RecycleKaro will set up a plant to produce nickel metal from scrap lithium-ion batteries and nickel hydroxide. The plant is set for commissioning by December end and is expected to produce 1,200 tonnes of nickel metal annually.
India’s OGO Energy has launched battery energy storage systems with indigenously developed smart battery management system. These systems feature a modular design. Up to five battery modules of 5.12 kWh each can be combined to give a storage capacity of 25.6 kWh.
Servotech Power Systems has launched Techbec Green Energy to produce EV charger components and lithium-ion batteries. The new unit will have a 40,000 sq.ft. manufacturing facility in Haryana.
UK-based H.E.L Group will provide IIT Kanpur with the latest battery testing technology under a collaboration agreement signed with IIT Kanpur.
Exide Energy (Nexcharge), which started commercial production last year, received a healthy order inflow for lithium-ion-based battery packs and modules during FY 2022-23.
Lithium-ion batteries remain the preferred choice for electric mobility applications in India due to their higher energy density, well-established infrastructure, and safety record. However, the development of sodium-ion batteries continues, and they may have potential advantages in terms of cost and environmental impact, making them a promising alternative in the future.
Indian researchers have synthesized an amorphous manganese dioxide-modified iron oxyhydroxide ternary composite as an anode material for lithium-ion batteries. The ternary composite anode exhibited stable cycling performance at high rates.
India’s Epsilon Advanced Materials will invest $650 million to set up a graphite anode processing facility in the USA. The facility will produce high-capacity synthetic anode materials for electric vehicle (EV) batteries.
Noida-headquartered Lohum has introduced a 5 kWh energy storage system under its collaboration with MG Motor India to develop second-life solutions for used EV batteries.
India’s Himadri Speciality Chemical has acquired a 12.79% stake in Sicona Battery Technologies, an Australian startup that specializes in high-capacity silicon anode technology for lithium-ion batteries.
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