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German researchers to develop realistic test procedures to make safer lithium-ion batteries

German public research university The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is working to develop standards that provide more security and flexibility when designing lithium-ion batteries.

 

Eos Energy Storage to deploy zinc battery in microgrid applications in Africa

Eos Energy Storage is set to deploy its Aurora EnergyBlock™ zinc battery energy storage system (BESS) into rural microgrid development in Nigeria.

 

Lead battery maker Exide Technologies receives ‘Stalking Horse’ bid for Americas business from US recycling firm

Troubled US lead-acid battery maker Exide Technologies has entered into an agreement to sell its Americas business operations to EX Holdings, a wholly owned subsidiary of secondary lead producer Quexco Incorporated.

 

SAIC-GM-Wuling builds ESS using retired EV batteries

SAIC-GM-Wulin— the joint venture between US firm GM Motors and China’s SAIC Motor Corporation— has created a 1MWh storage facility using second-life lithium-ion electric vehicle battery packs.

 

BEST formation procedures help lead-acid battery manufacturers make six figure savings to bottom line

Results from battery testing services by BESTmag and its partners Digatron and UK Powertech are helping lead-acid battery factories save hundreds of thousands of dollars per annum.

 

Japan utility aims to slash ESS cost by repurposing used EV battery lithium-ion packs

Japanese utility Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings (Tepco) is set to launch a storage business using used electric vehicle (EV) batteries from China, just weeks after establishing its wholly owned subsidiary Tepco Ventures to enter new business ventures.

 

Audi to cooperate with German utility to build grid-scale ESS using used lithium-ion battery packs

A project to repurpose used electric vehicle battery packs into energy storage systems is being developed by German vehicle OEM Audi and utility EnBW.

 

The new global committee on lithium standards will be led by China

The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) has created a technical committee for standardising global lithium market — from mining to material for lithium-ion batteries. 

 

Toyota invests in Japanese polymer lithium-ion battery maker APB

Toyota Group has invested in Japanese polymer lithium-ion battery developer APB Corporation by means of third-party allocation of new shares.

 

New lithium-ion battery chemistries key to mitigating raw material supply concerns

New lithium-ion batteries that use less or none of the key materials must be developed to ensure the supply chain isn’t depleted, the United Nations Conference on Trade And Development (UNCTAD) has reported.

 

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