Battery technology developments
Vehya has officially announced its entry into the European market.
XCharge Group, a battery-integrated charging company, has secured a new investment from Shell Ventures. It is the second successive investment from Shell Ventures, following a Series-B funding round in 2021. The amount of the investment was not disclosed.
The machinery and processing plant from BHS-Sonthofen are being set up at BASF’s new German battery production site to recycle lithium-ion batteries, including from vehicles.
Accelera along with Daimler Trucks & Buses US and Paccar are partnering to start battery cell production and a battery supply chain in the US.
Anomet Products has introduced products to achieve specific performance characteristics for designing electric vehicle batteries and charging stations.
A TrendForce report on the “Development of Solid-State Batteries for NEVs” has news for the EV industry: Automakers are actively ramping up their investments and research into solid-state batteries, which are expected to enter mass production by 2030.
Mercedes-Benz in the UK has chosen dynamic smart charging company Ohme as its new official home charging partner.
Charge Enterprises has announced the successful acquisition of Greenspeed Energy Solutions, a leading provider of sustainable energy solutions.
Netherlands-headquartered Desten and InMotion have launched a new battery pack that promises to transform the world of electric driving.
LandGate has introduced its exclusive EV charging and battery storage data, in addition to the best coverage and highest quality of electric distribution lines (DG) across the US.
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