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ABB to support Gotion’s battery factories for European and US EV markets

ABB and Gotion High-Tech have agreed to cooperate on the construction of large-scale battery factories to serve the European and US EV markets. ABB will collaborate with Gotion to supply a master design plan combining automation, electrification and digital technologies. Gotion High-Tech, in which Volkswagen has a 26.5 percent stake, is set to open a… Read more »

Gotion High-Tech’s Astroinno battery claims 1,000 km range without NCM

Chinese battery manufacturer Gotion High-Tech has introduced its lithium manganese iron phosphate (LMFP) based Astroinno L600 battery cell and pack, which it plans to start mass producing in 2024. Manganese-doped LMFP Astroinno batteries offer a 1,000 km range, over 1,800 cycles of 18-minute fast charging and 190 Wh/kg specific energy, according to the company. Gotion… Read more »

Inobat and Gotion partner to develop EV battery cells and packs

European battery manufacturer InoBat and Chinese battery manufacturer Hefei Gotion have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore joint venture opportunities to develop EV battery and energy storage technologies. The partnership will leverage Gotion’s expertise in electric storage solutions and InoBat’s existing manufacturing sites and extensive market connections in Europe. The companies will maintain their… Read more »

Chinese battery-maker Gotion to establish US LFP cell production for…Tesla?

Chinese battery cell manufacturer Gotion High-Tech reports that it has agreed to supply 200 GWh of LFP battery cells to an unnamed “large US automaker” between 2023 and 2028. Initially, the cells will come from China, but the agreement also envisions establishing LFP battery cell production in the US. Gotion wrote in a filing on… Read more »

Are nickel-based batteries on the way out?

Is a new standards war—or rather, a chemistries war—developing? There are several important differences between the NMC and LFP battery chemistries, but the most salient points seem to be that batteries based on NMC (nickel, manganese, cobalt) offer higher energy density, but those based on LFP (lithium iron phosphate) tend to be cheaper. Chinese automakers… Read more »