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Electric propulsion firm Evolito acquires aerospace battery maker Electroflight

Evolito, a manufacturer of electric motors and controllers for aerospace applications, has acquired the business and assets of Cheltenham, UK-based aerospace battery maker Electroflight. Electroflight will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Evolito, and will focus on delivering next-generation battery technology to complement Evolito’s motors and controllers.

Evolito says its axial-flux motors and controllers are smaller, lighter and safer than competing electric propulsion technology. Electroflight has “a proven track record of delivering safety-critical, innovative battery solutions for the electrification of the aerospace industry.”

Ajay Lukha, Chief Commercial Officer at Evolito, said, “The combined capabilities [of the two companies] will enable us to deliver flexible solutions for our customers, from best-in-class motor and controller subsystems to fully-integrated electric powertrains.”

Source: Evolito

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