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Electrovaya's German unit declares insolvency

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 11:12 -- John Shepherd
Electrovaya's German unit declares insolvency

Canadian battery maker Electrovaya has started a voluntary insolvency process of its German arm, Litarion.

Electrovaya said the move is in response to an early notification by Li-Tec Battery, the owner of the premises occupied by Litarion, that it would terminate Litarion’s lease as of 31 January 2018 “unless certain conditions were met”.

 

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Electrovoya picks up new forklift batteries order

Fri, 12/15/2017 - 09:14 -- News Editor
Electrovoya picks up new forklift batteries order

Canadian battery maker Electrovaya said it has won a further lithium-ion ceramic forklift battery purchase order worth CAD214,000 ($167,000) from a leading company.

The order is the second from a purchaser who is one of five US Fortune 500 companies to have already issued orders for the drop-in replacement batteries, Electrovaya said.

 

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Electrovaya swaps lead-acid for Li-on in Walmart forklifts

Thu, 10/05/2017 - 09:42 -- News Editor
Electrovaya swaps lead-acid for Li-on in Walmart forklifts

Canadian battery maker Electrovaya has signed a CAD4.3 million ($3.5m) deal to supply its lithium-ion ceramic batteries to power forklifts for Walmart Canada.

Walmart is converting the forklifts in one of its distribution centres to use Electrovaya’s ‘Elivate’ forklift battery line instead of lead-acid, Electrovaya said.

 

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Li-ion batteries replace the lead-acid in forklifts

Thu, 08/03/2017 - 09:36 -- News Editor
Li-ion batteries replace the lead-acid in forklifts

Canada-based Electrovaya announced that it has completed delivery of 36V 960 Ah lithium-ion-ceramic batteries and associated chargers to Mondelez International. The order was worth US$ 634,000.

The 36V 960 Ah batteries will be used in Class 2 forklifts and will directly replace the lead-acid batteries previously used by Mondelez International. The 36V 480 Ah batteries will also be used in Class 1 vehicles, again replacing lead-acid batteries.

 

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Lithium-ion firm moves into new sector as business growth continues

Wed, 09/28/2016 - 15:30 -- Paul Crompton
Lithium-ion firm moves into new sector as business growth continues

Canadian battery maker Electrovaya has signed a Service Agreement with an unnamed NYSE Fortune 1000 electro-mobility maker to develop lithium-ion modules for its range of products.

Electrovaya will begin designing, developing and manufacturing the battery modules immediately, with large volume, commercial production starting in late 2017.

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Electrovaya new cells packs bigger punch in old geometry

Wed, 08/31/2016 - 11:51 -- Paul Crompton
Electrovaya new cells packs bigger punch in old geometry

Canadian battery maker Electrovaya has launched a higher density lithium nickel manganese cobalt battery onto the electric mobility and energy storage markets.

Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Litarion GmbH, the company’s new LITACELLTM, LC-44 uses NMC/graphite based electrode chemistry to deliver 44Ah in the same geometry as the company’s 40Ah variety.

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Electrovaya signs lithium-ion MOU with mystery e-mobility OEM

Fri, 07/15/2016 - 11:58 -- Paul Crompton
Electrovaya signs lithium-ion MOU with mystery e-mobility OEM

Lithium-ion battery maker Electrovaya has signed a deal to supply an unnamed electric mobility OEM with its cells.

The Canadian firm’s wholly owned subsidiary Litarion GmbH signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to deliver battery modules to the OEM from the start of 2017.

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Three deals in as many days for lithium-ion firm Electrovaya

Tue, 06/28/2016 - 17:01 -- Paul Crompton
Three deals in as many days for lithium-ion firm Electrovaya

Lithium-ion firm Electrovaya has signed three deals totalling €290million ($328.5million) within days of each other.

The deals will mean its modules will be used in residential and electric bus applications by three unnamed original equipment manufactuers (OEMs).

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Electrovaya secures Chinese separator order

Tue, 06/09/2015 - 10:37 -- Paul Crompton
Electrovaya secures Chinese separator order

Canadian firm Electrovaya has secured a deal to supply a Chinese battery manufacturer with its lithium-ion separator technology.

The Chinese lithium-ion battery company qualified after intense testing of Separion in its electric vehicle program. The deal is expected to be worth around CAD$1 million (US$800,000).

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Litarion signs first Li-ion deal since buy-out

Wed, 05/13/2015 - 10:04 -- Paul Crompton
Litarion signs first Li-ion deal since buy-out

Evonik Litarion has signed its first lithium-ion deal since it was purchased by Canada’s Electrovaya.

The deal will see the Canadian firm’s subsidiary supply Leclanche with graphite NMC lithium-ion electrodes.

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