Posts Tagged: Electrovaya

Electrovaya receives million-euro follow-on order for Li-ion cells

Ontario-based battery manufacturer Electrovaya has sold €1 million ($1.14 million) worth of lithium-ion cells to an EV producer in Europe. Electrovaya, through its subsidiary Litarion, produces cells, electrodes and Separion ceramic separators. It has a manufacturing capacity of about 500 MWh of cells per year. “This follow-on order…underlines the strong commercial performance of our cells,… Read more »

Chinese battery-maker orders Separion ceramic composite separators from Electrovaya

Canadian manufacturer Electrovaya has announced a major order for its Separion ceramic composite separators from an unnamed Chinese battery company. Electrovaya acquired the Separion intellectual property from a company called Evonik in April. According to Electrovaya, most cells made with a graphite anode and a Nickel Manganese Cobalt (NMC) cathode have cycle life between 3,000… Read more »

Norwegian electric ferry sails past six-month milestone

Electrovaya Inc. has announced that the KF Hisarøy electric cable ferry has now been sailing between Mjånes and Hisarøy in Norway daily for six months, with flawless operation over the wintry seas. The KF Hisarøy, which is built to carry 49 passengers and 6 cars, operates approximately 10 round trips per day between the mainland… Read more »

Pike report assesses 10 leading lithium battery firms

Lithium ion batteries – we EV boosters love ‘em (though we wish they could be a bit lighter and a lot cheaper). EV party-poopers hate ‘em, telling anyone who will listen that they’re bound to explode, stop working after a year or two, or maybe even channel mind-controlling signals from hippy Communist aliens. Everyone agrees… Read more »