Top 5 Battery Manufacturing News Week 13

by | Apr 1, 2024 | News | 0 comments

A Chinese manufacturer of electric vehicle batteries is in talks to invest more than £1bn to build a giant new factory on the outskirts of Coventry.

EVE Energy, which says it employs 28,000 staff worldwide, is understood to be in talks to construct a 5.7m sq ft gigafactory, which will form one of the main parts of the planned UK Centre for Electrification, an investment zone in the West Midlands.

Source: The Guardian

Germany’s leading politicians joined Northvolt executives and employees, as well as representatives for local communities, for the start of construction of the battery gigafactory Northvolt Drei.

Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck, Minister-President of Schleswig-Holstein Daniel Günther and the Ambassador of Sweden to Germany Veronika Wand Danielsson, together with Northvolt CEO and Co-Founder Peter Carlsson and Northvolt Drei CEO Christofer Haux, started piling machinery at the industrial site outside the city of Heide, district of Dithmarschen, in Northern Germany.

Source: Northvolt

DOE and DOL Announce New Effort to Support and Expand America’s Battery Workforce

Source: DOE

SK On, a leading global electric vehicle battery manufacturer, announced today it signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Italian luxury sports carmaker Ferrari to reinforce their partnership and lead innovation in cell technology.

Source: SK

Gotion Japan, a subsidiary of Gotion High-Tech Co., Ltd., entered into a collaborative agreement with Daiwa Energy & Infrastructure Co. Ltd, and CO2OS in Tokyo, Japan, on joint development, operation and maintenance of energy storage power stations in Japan.

Source: PR News wire

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