Clarios and Altris formalize joint development agreement for low-voltage sodium-ion battery systems – Charged EVs

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Clarios and Altris formalize joint development agreement for low-voltage sodium-ion battery systems – Charged EVs


Clarios, a provider of low-voltage battery solutions, and Altris, a Swedish manufacturer of sodium-ion batteries, have announced a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) for low-voltage mobility applications.

Under the new JDA, Altris will focus on developing the sodium-ion cell technology for low-voltage applications, while Clarios will develop Battery Management Systems (BMS) and software to design the battery system. This development agreement enhances a collaboration agreement initiated earlier this year, which set in motion the creation of a detailed production plan for low-voltage vehicle batteries utilizing sodium-ion cells.

“We now have the ability to manufacture a variety of advanced battery types including absorbent glass mat, lithium-ion and Na-ion to support the low-voltage demands created by advanced vehicle technologies,” said Federico Morales Zimmermann, GM at Clarios.

Source: Green Car Congress 



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