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Samsung SDI to supply batteries to Tesla?

Tesla is looking to diversify its supply of lithium-ion batteries, and is close to an agreement with Korean firm Samsung SDI, the Korea Herald reported, citing unidentified industry sources (an SDI official has denied the report). “We understand SDI and Tesla are undergoing last-minute tests before the Korean company starts to supply its batteries,” said… Read more »

Integrating Digital Signage Into EV Charge Points

Join this session to learn how Charge Point Operators can create additional revenue streams for the EV charger networks. Presented by: Henrik Hansen, European Business Development Manager, Retail, Samsung Electronics Europe

2 days left to join the Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure

There are just two days left to reserve your spot at the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure, which starts on Monday. The free-to-attend conference will be broadcast December 4 – 6, 2023, featuring live presentations, interactive Q&As, on-demand webinars and whitepaper downloads. All live webcast sessions will also be recorded and available on-demand after… Read more »

Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure: new December 2023 session topics announced

New session topics for the December 2023 Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure are out now. This virtual event will span all things EV charging in two main tracks: Featuring speakers from organizations including: The free-to-attend conference will be broadcast December 4 – 6, 2023, featuring live presentations, interactive Q&As, on-demand webinars, and whitepaper downloads…. Read more »

Romeo Power Battery Plant liquidating—IP, industrial equipment, thousands of EV battery cells up for auction on September 7

Romeo Power is liquidating its 215,000-square-foot EV battery assembly plant in Cypress, California. A Tiger Group Online auction features thousands of lithium-ion battery cells, along with industrial assets such as robots, CNC machines, assembly and testing equipment, and the company’s intellectual property. “Available turnkey or in combinations of bulk lots, Romeo Power’s IP and other… Read more »

Nikola liquidates Romeo’s battery assembly assets: auction ends July 13

Electric truck maker Nikola is liquidating the assets of battery maker Romeo Power, which it acquired last August for about $144 million. Nikola, which also sources batteries from LG Energy Solution and Proterra, hoped that bringing battery manufacturing in-house would enable operational improvement and cost reductions. For whatever reasons, it doesn’t seem to have worked… Read more »

Billions of bucks for US battery plants announced in 2022

Electrifying transportation is going to require beaucoup batteries, and for a raft of reasons, those batteries need to be built near the vehicle markets they serve (not shipped halfway around the world, as is often the case today). The Biden Administration’s Inflation Reduction Act includes incentives for automakers to source their batteries here in the… Read more »

Adamas Intelligence says LFP cell deployment is up 237% in H1 2022

The latest biannual report on the global EV market from Adamas Intelligence highlights expanding EV sales, as well as the growing popularity of LFP battery chemistries, in the first half of 2022. In the first half of 2022, 6.23 million new passenger EVs were registered around the world—an increase of 42% compared to the same… Read more »

Enevate’s new cells enable a Lightning electric motorcycle to charge in minutes

Battery technology developer Enevate has partnered with Lightning Motorcycles to equip Lightning’s Strike Carbon motorcycle with Enevate’s EV-size fast-charging lithium-ion cells. As part of product validation, Lightning integrated a 24 kWh battery pack with Enevate technology into the Strike Carbon e-motorcycle. It delivered 400 amps at a charge rate nearing 5C, resulting in a charge… Read more »