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Group14’s Silicon battery material enables breakthrough power and charging performance with Molicel’s “P50B” Ultra-High Power Cells

Group14 Technologies, Inc., the world’s largest global manufacturer and supplier of advanced silicon battery materials, was named as the silicon battery material manufacturer enabling “breakthrough performance” in Molicel’s ultra-high-power P50B lithium–ion battery cells. “Thanks to Group14’s SCC55®, Molicel’s P50B™ can have a similar life cycle range to iron-phosphate batteries, but with …

Silicon anode materials company Sicona to expand into US

Australia-based Sicona Battery Technologies, a developer of silicon-carbon anode materials for next-generation lithium–ion batteries, announced its expansion into the fast-growing United States battery component market with the development of its first commercial production facilities in the south-eastern United States near the geographic heart of the growing US battery and electric vehicle …

Nexeon breaks ground on first silicon anode material production site

Nexeon, a developer of next-generation silicon anode materials for lithium–ion batteries, broke ground on its first commercial production facility. This milestone positions Nexeon to deliver on its commitment to supply high-performance, cost-effective silicon anode material at commercial volumes starting in 2025. By 2030, the new facility will have the capacity …

18650-type batteries made with advanced silicon-based material continue to deliver strong performance at 50 cycles

HPQ Silicon Inc., a technology company specializing in green engineering of silica and silicon-based materials is pleased to announce a major milestone achieved by its France-based affiliate, NOVACIUM SAS (“Novacium”). This announcement underscores the promising results witnessed during the continuous charge-discharge cycle testing of 18650 industrial batteries, reaching a significant milestone …

Ferroglobe (GSM) to pioneer battery-grade metallurgical silicon

Ferroglobe GSM has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Coreshell, a U.S.-based battery technology company, to produce the first battery-ready metallurgical silicon. This innovative material will be used as an alternative to graphite in EV batteries and will aid in the development of low-cost, high-range EV batteries. This breakthrough will …