Greaves Electric partners Mesha Energy for EV battery tech

Greaves Electric Mobility hopes to expand its presence and improve battery technology across its entire portfolio of products through this association.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 12 Apr 2022 Views icon6108 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Greaves Electric partners Mesha Energy for EV battery tech

Greaves Electric Mobility, the e-mobility arm of Greaves Cotton has announced a strategic partnership with Bengaluru-based Mesha Energy Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US-based Mesha.

Through this association, Greaves Electric Mobility aims to improve the battery technology for its products across the portfolio and expand its presence.

Ram Rajappa, CTO, Greaves Electric Mobility said, “Our partnership with Mesha will help in delivering higher performance with advanced battery technology solutions to not only our customers in India but across the globe and strengthen our leadership position in EV.”

Mesha Energy Solutions have patented solutions to deliver faster charging and longer cycle life for almost any chemistry. Their methodology is claimed to enable 2-times faster charging, enabling a ride with less intrusion and more comfort for the customer. Mesha also delivers an integrated charge balancer, ensuring that the batteries are charged and operate under optimal conditions.

Kannankote Sriram, founder, Mesha and board member Mesha Energy Solution said, “Our goal is to create technologies to address the issues that are currently faced by batteries such as handling high power requirements, accepting high charging currents and improving the lifecycle for deep discharge applications. The solutions that we offer are battery agnostic and enhance the performance of conventional batteries.”

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