- Greenest battery cell production process in the EU.
- High power secondary Li- battery cell (ceramic, cool, dry) without cobalt.
- Pilot and demonstration plant in Nordhausen planned to start soon.
On the one hand, the marked place highly demands on the sourcing of battery cells for industrial and automotive batteries in high-power Lithium secondary battery. The cerman,power+ battery cell project, in this respect, as one german power battery (ceramic/dry/cool/high power) has already been able to demonstrate, that appropriate prices can be delivered for the requested quantities. The battery cells are cobalt free. This is not the only reason why they can be considered more sustainable. The prismatic design also relies on the efficient use of other materials and energy. It is extremely reliable, safe and stays comparatively cool even under high loads. This offers system integration advantages, not least in the area of costs, initially and over the entire long life cycle of these cerman.power + battery cells from Germany.
On the other hand, the focus is on sustainable and efficient production. „If someone says they offers the most sustainable battery cell in Europe, then we can say that we have the most sustainable process in manufacturing, based on the IP of so called Troika -process, developed by Experts of Korea and Germany!“, said Tim Schäfer from cerman.power +, the service provider Envites Energy, Nordhausen-Germany. It is planned to set up such a pilot and demonstration plant in Nordhausen-Thuringia as soon as possible. Further it can be confirmed – for the ceramic dry cool high power cell Lithium battery cell system called cerman.power+ – that concrete agreements have been made now. This offtake agreement include the development, final qualification, testing and delivery planning as well as the processing of the Lithium battery cells that are to be produced in Germany as scheduled.
In field of automotive SLI batteries of new generation and in large quantity. A German premium vehicle manufacturer and a qualified supplier for Li-secondary battery systems are involved. The OEM plans to publish details of the overall project later and more specifically.
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