Top 5 Battery Manufacturing News Week 39

by | Oct 1, 2023 | News | 0 comments

StoreDot, the pioneer of extreme fast charging (XFC) battery technology for electric vehicles, has signed a landmark multi-year agreement with Volvo Cars to develop an optimized battery for next generation Volvo cars.


The first ceremonial shovel was put in the ground to celebrate the upcoming start of groundworks for our future battery factory. Holding the shovels were Jonas Attenius, chairman of the Gothenburg Municipal Board, andย Adrian Clarke, CEO of NOVO Energy. ย 


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ABBย andย Gotion Inc.ย have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding. ABB will contribute towards building and developing flexible and efficient large-scale battery factories in Europe and America. B&R will support in equipping the machines with cutting-edge automation technologies.

Source: B&R Automation

The BMW Group is investing around 100 million euros between now and 2026 in a new battery testing centre that will be integrated into the siteโ€™s existing building structures. The first deliverables for BMW Group development activities in the field of high-voltage batteries will go into regular operation as early as mid-2024.ย 

Source: BMW Group

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