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Skoltech scientists use bespoke lithium-ion cell to view SEI formation

Fri, 06/12/2020 - 10:36 -- Paul Crompton

Researchers from Russia’s Skoltech Center for Energy Science and Technology (CEST) have used a bespoke lithium-ion cell to visualise solid electrolyte interphrase (SEI) formation on battery-grade materials.

The specially designed cell allowed the measurements necessary for this direct observation of SEI formation on battery-grade carbonaceous electrode materials using in situ atomic force microscopy (AFM). 

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Amte Power and Britishvolt sign MoU for UK’s landmark battery gigafactories

Thu, 05/21/2020 - 13:31 -- Paul Crompton

UK battery maker Amte Power and Britishvolt announce plans on 20 May to build the UK’s first lithium-ion battery cell gigafactories servicing the automotive and energy storage markets.

The British start-ups have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) focussed on enabling the scalable production of lithium-ion batteries to support the UK’s Road to Zero (at least half 50% of new car sales to be ultra low emission by 2030) targets and transition to electrification. 

Britishvolt aims to add to Amte’s 1GWh manufacturing plant plants with a 30GWh factory.

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Redflow set to launch Thai battery production

Wed, 11/01/2017 - 09:18 -- News Editor
Redflow set to launch Thai battery production

Australian flow battery firm Redflow Limited has started installing equipment for a battery production line at its new factory in Thailand— putting the firm on track to launch initial operations in the country by the end of the year.

The announcement follows Redflow’s formation of a new entity— Redflow (Thailand) Limited— to create a base in the country to serve its Southeast Asia business.

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Cell maker invests in the future of lithium-ion

Thu, 09/08/2016 - 15:41 -- Paul Crompton

US cell manufacturer Oakridge Global Energy Solutions has bought a bespoke state-of the-art lithium-ion battery making machine to help with its research and development programme.

The  $1.2 million advanced electrode coating and drying machine was designed for lithium-ion battery manufacturing by Screen Finetech Solutions Co, Ltd. of Japan.

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Oakridge new Japan logo summons spirit of Samurai

Tue, 08/16/2016 - 14:45 -- Paul Crompton
Oakridge new Japan logo summons spirit of Samurai

Lithium-ion cell maker Oakridge Global Energy Solutions has announced it has created a new corporate logo for its emerging Japanese operations.

The US based manufacturer for military, civilian, and medical applications, unveiled the distinctive new Oakridge Japan logo's design aims to symbolise the highest quality cutting edge of Japanese energy technology, combined with the unique Oakridge blue metallic sheen which represents unsurpassed performance and reliability.

Oakridge is in the process of building on its previously announced Japanese strategic relationships so as to integrate the latest in lithium-ion technology from Japan into its second generation range of products which combine cutting edge technology with the unique Oakridge "design DNA," which together immediately set Oakridge apart from its competition.

Oakridge will continue to deepen its Japan presence and relationships during the balance of this year, and will be announcing further details of these exciting developments in the coming months.

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