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23 02 2018 03

The French battery producer Saft has announced a cooperation with Siemens, Solvay and Mans to research, develop and industrialise solid-state batteries. The venture is designated to last for seven years, and naturally includes electric transport applications.

The initiative is planned to go for 7 years, during which the battery cooperative plans to focus on high density solid-state and Li-ion batteries. If they are successful, they plan to begin working with industry partners to create new assembly processes for batteries, as well as new cell- and system-industrialization. The main goal of the venture is to develop a simple scalable production unit of 1 GWh.

“These new generation batteries will provide performance, cost and safety advantages, compared to current lithium-ion products,” Saft said in a statement.

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