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Posts Tagged: Leclanché

Leclanché develops new marine battery system

Leclanché, a Swiss energy storage specialist, has finished development of a marine battery system designed for electric and hybrid applications. It’s part of the Marine Rack System (MRS) product line, and will be available in 2023. The Navius MRS-3 is composed of 65 Ah G/NMC cells with laminated ceramic separators, Leclanché’s M3 Energy battery modules,… Read more »

Leclanché announces breakthrough in safety of its battery technology with fire-retardant electrolyte additive

Swiss battery provider Leclanché says it has achieved “a significant breakthrough” in the safety of its lithium-ion batteries, without compromising cell performance. By adding a special fire-retardant additive to its electrolyte formula composition, Leclanché says it has lowered the risk of a thermal event by close to 80%. The achievement has been validated by Intertek… Read more »

Hybrid ferry to use Leclanché’s 10 MWh battery system

Swiss energy storage specialist Leclanché will provide a 10 MWh battery energy storage system (BESS) for Scandlines’s Puttgarden Rødby 2024 hybrid ferry project. The company expects to begin the delivery in January 2023. According to Leclanché, the ferry will be the “world’s largest electric-powered hybrid ferry.” The new roll-on/roll-off ferry will provide service between Puttgarden,… Read more »

Leclanché consolidates e-mobility business, plans to merge it with a SPAC

In December of 2021, Swiss energy storage specialist Leclanché consolidated some of its business into a new Swiss entity called Leclanché E-Mobility, and plans to merge it with a US-listed SPAC. Leclanché plans to add to the SPAC’s $140 million by raising capital from a Private Investor in Public Equity (PIPE). The company says that… Read more »

Leclanché opens new production line to produce M3 lithium-ion battery modules

Swiss energy storage specialist Leclanché has developed a new line of lithium-ion battery modules for energy-intensive e-transport applications, such as marine, commercial vehicle and railway, and opened a dedicated new production line for their high-volume manufacture in Europe. The new M3 modules offer increased energy and power density compared to the company’s previous module generation…. Read more »

Leclanché develops 65 Ah lithium-ion pouch cell for EVs

Leclanché has developed a new high-energy 65 Ah lithium-ion pouch cell to meet the demands of bus and truck manufacturers seeking increased EV range and operating time. The new GL 65 Ah G/NMC (graphite/nickel manganese cobalt oxide) cells are specially designed for energy-intensive applications. They provide 10% more energy and feature a 10% increase in… Read more »

Leclanché introduces modular, all-in-one EV battery system

Leclanché has developed a modular, all-in-one battery system optimized for powering new and retrofit hybrid and electric commercial vehicles. The INT-39 Energy HV pack is a fully integrated product comprised of Leclanché’s M2 battery modules and the company’s proprietary BMS. It also features built-in liquid cooling and thermal hazard protection. “INT-39 Energy is a high-energy,… Read more »

Maritime tech firm Kongsberg partners with battery maker Leclanché to build autonomous hybrid ships

Maritime technology company Kongsberg has partnered with Swiss battery maker Leclanché to introduce low- and zero-emissions technology to the marine industry. Battery-powered vessels are becoming more common in the maritime industry – companies such as Rolls-Royce are developing their own maritime battery systems. Leclanché’s batteries will be an integral part of Kongsberg’s hybrid and electric… Read more »

Exide and Leclanché launch JV to tackle India’s growing battery market

Exide Industries and Leclanché will participate in a joint venture aimed at providing batteries and power storage solutions for India’s EV and power grid needs. The JV will pair Leclanché’s Li-ion expertise with Exide’s brand recognition and sales network. Leclanché is a specialist in Li-ion battery production and battery management systems (BMS), while Exide is India’s… Read more »