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Asahi Kasei to build Li-ion battery separator plant in Canada

Japanese chemical company Asahi Kasei will construct an integrated plant in Ontario, Canada for the base film manufacturing and coating of its Hipore wet-process lithium-ion battery separator. Asahi Kasei will invest approximately ¥180 billion ($1.14 billion) in the facility, which will have a production capacity of around 700 million square meters per year as coated… Read more »

ZAPBATT introduces battery operating system for Toshiba’s lithium titanium oxide technology

Battery manufacturer ZAPBATT has developed its Battery Operating System (bOS) in a strategic partnership with Toshiba, initially focused on Toshiba’s battery SCiB lithium titanium oxide (LTO) chemistry for integration across several applications, including EVs. ZAPBATT’s bOS is a battery management system, which enables the adoption of optimal battery chemistries without significant investment in battery infrastructure… Read more »

Sepion gains safety certification for lithium-metal pouch cells for EV batteries

US-based Sepion Technologies, which develops nanoengineered separator coatings and liquid electrolytes for EV batteries, has received UN/DOT 38.3 safety certification for its lithium-metal pouch cells. UN/DOT 38.3 is an essential certification required for manufacturers and suppliers involved in transporting and distributing lithium batteries by air, sea and land to ensure the safety of passengers, crew… Read more »

EMC Issues For Accurately Measuring Electric Powertrain

Measuring electric motors and inverters can be extremely frustrating due to the inverter-induced noise on the measurement cabling. This can be difficult for engineers experienced in measuring inverters, and overwhelming for people new to inverters. New SiC and GaN switching devices and higher battery voltages make these measurements even more difficult. This session will go… Read more »

Archer Aviation completes battery pack drop tests in preparation for FAA’s Type Certification Program

California-based eVTOL aircraft developer Archer Aviation recently performed successful battery pack drop tests at a National Institute for Aviation Research lab in advance of similar upcoming for-credit certification tests with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).  The tests were part of the development program for the electric propulsion system of Archer’s Midnight, a piloted, four-passenger aircraft… Read more »

EMC issues for accurately measuring electric powertrains (Webinar)

Measuring electric motors and inverters can be extremely frustrating due to the inverter-induced noise on the measurement cabling. This can be difficult for engineers experienced in measuring inverters, and overwhelming for people new to inverters. New SiC and GaN switching devices and higher battery voltages make these measurements even more difficult. Join this webinar, presented… Read more »

Two FUSO eCanter trucks operate in frigid climate of northern Finland

German logistics company Schenker, a subsidiary of railway company Deutsche Bahn, has been operating two FUSO eCanter 7.5-ton battery-electric trucks since the beginning of the year in Kuusamo and Oulu, Finland, near the Arctic Circle. The truck based at the Schenker terminal, which has been driven more than 1,200 km in recent weeks, is charged… Read more »

Knowles Precision Devices introduces supercapacitors that operate at up to 9 WVDC

Knowles Precision Devices has announced the availability of its latest Electric Double Layer Capacitor (EDLC), or supercapacitor, modules. Based on Knowles’ Cornell Dubilier brand DGH and DSF Series supercapacitors, these capacitors use a three-cell package for higher operating voltages and printed circuit board space savings. Knowles acquired Cornell Dubilier in 2023 to expand its offering… Read more »

Video: Electric F-250 showcases Schaeffler’s EV components

Everyone seems to be getting into the EV game these days. Does the German automotive supplier Schaeffler have dreams of becoming the next Tesla? Well, not exactly. Yes, the company built an electric version of the Ford F-250 pickup truck, and yes, it’s a pretty cool ride. But the real point, as Scott from Schaeffler… Read more »