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Tesla rolls out battery software ‘update’ after fires

Thu, 05/23/2019 - 11:38 -- John Shepherd
Tesla rolls out battery software ‘update’ after fires

Tesla has confirmed it is releasing a batteries software update to all its Model S and X cars in the wake of recent high-profile fires.

A Tesla spokesperson told BEST Battery Briefing the company was “revising charge and thermal management settings via an over-the-air software update to help further protect the battery and improve battery longevity”.

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Honda recall over battery sensors

Thu, 07/27/2017 - 09:36 -- News Editor
Honda recall over battery sensors

Honda is recalling some 2.1 million of its Accord cars worldwide, including 1.15m in the US, over problems that could lead to battery sensors short circuiting and catching fire.

Honda said the recall covers vehicles from the years 2013-16 with 12-volt battery sensors, which will be replaced free.

 

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Korean battery firms face loss of the Chinese EV market

Tue, 01/10/2017 - 13:05 -- Paul Crompton
Korean battery firms face loss of the Chinese EV market

Two Korean battery makers face further losses after cars using their lithium technology had their certification cancelled in China.

It comes after Samsung SDI and LG Chem both failed to meet the government’s standards for electric car batteries last year.

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Germany set to stamp out fossil fuel powered car manufacturing by 2030

Tue, 07/19/2016 - 14:03 -- Paul Crompton
Germany set to stamp out fossil fuel powered car manufacturing by 2030

An announcement by a senior German official that all new cars must be emissions-free by 2030 will give a massive boost to the lithium battery industry.

German Deputy Economy Minister Rainer Baake said combustion-engine cars will be banned as part of the country’s aim to reduce C02 emissions by 80% before 2050.

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