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German firm to open $44 million EV lithium-ion battery testing facility in US

Mon, 01/10/2022 - 10:13 -- Paul Crompton

German testing firm TÜV SÜD is set to invest $44 million in a state-of-the-art electric vehicle (EV) lithium-ion battery testing facility in Michigan, US.

The 80,000-square foot facility will provide EV battery, environmental, EMC/wireless, electrical safety testing and homologation services to the automotive and transportation market.

The new facility is scheduled for completion in Q1 2023.

The firm’s electric vehicle lithium-ion battery testing and certification services ensures batteries, cells, chargers and electrical components for use in automotive applications meet global safety requirements for all major manufacturer and industry certifications quickly.

Testing includes: full environmental capabilities; altitude simulation; shock and vibration; vibration with environmental (including humidity), battery abuse testing; life cycle testing; calendar life testing, and more.

 
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Research program aims to increase lead battery cycle life in ESS applications

Mon, 05/04/2020 - 11:45 -- Paul Crompton

A research project designed to balance electrical current across banks of advanced lead batteries supporting renewable energy systems has been launched by battery testing firm Electric Applications (EAI).

The 18-month study in Arizona, US, will investigate how balancing the electrical current across large strings of batteries can improve cycle life— a key area of research that will reduce the overall cost of using lead batteries in stationary applications. 

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Warwick University to host £1 billion APC hub

Fri, 08/08/2014 - 11:19 -- Laura Varriale
WMG International Digital Laboratory

British Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) has selected the University of Warwick, UK, as hub location for research and development of low carbon propulsion systems.

The £1 billion research centre will be located on campus at Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), a division of the University focused on low carbon mobility, including energy storage and battery testing. APC is to invest up to £200m in projects this year.

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