Britishvolt acquires EAS, a German manufacturer of battery cells

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Britishvolt announced that it has bought EAS for 36 million euros , an agrave company ; German which deals with the development and production of battery cells. EAS & egrave; specialized in large-format lithium-ion cells, produced thanks to the use of proprietary technology. Britishvolt intends to invest further in EAS to help the German company move its work forward.

Indeed, as stated by CEO Orral Nadjari , the acquisition of EAS will allow; to accelerate the development and commercialization of 46xx cells that Britishvolt is building. A format, therefore, potentially very similar to that of the new cells that Tesla is developing.

It is worth mentioning that EAS & egrave; currently in the hands of the Monbat Group and has more & ugrave; 25 years of experience in the development and manufacturing of large format cylindrical lithium-ion batteries from 7.5 Ah to 50 Ah. The accumulators developed by this company & agrave; they have also been used in other fields than the automotive one. Among the most commercial partners important is, for example, NASA.


Thanks to this important investment in the German company, Britishvolt aims to bring its new 46xx cells to the market as soon as possible, which will offer electric cars greater autonomy and better performance.

Finally, remember that among the most & ugrave; major Britishvolt customers include Aston Martin and Lotus . It is with these two car manufacturers that the company is working to develop specific batteries for high-performance electric models.

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