Enevate, which develops advanced batteries with high charging rates and energy density, has announced a new manufacturing license agreement. An agreement providing for the commercialization of Enevate XFC-Energy battery technology has been signed with EnerTech International.
The South Korean company EnerTech International has the modern production facilities required to produce high-capacity lithium-ion cells that are in demand in many fast-growing markets.
According to Enevate, the XFC-Energy prototype batteries were created and tested using existing equipment to produce EnerTech lithium-ion batteries. Serial release is scheduled for 2022.
Enevate XFC-Energy’s new generation lithium-ion battery technology is said to deliver up to 10 times faster charging speeds than conventional lithium-ion batteries. Other benefits of XFC-Energy include improved safety and reliable operation at low temperatures.
It is important that Enevate XFC-Energy battery technology is compatible with the chemical composition of modern lithium-ion cathodes and solid state electrolytes. Moreover, these batteries can be produced using existing production lines and their main equipment.