In Conversation with Log 9 Materials' Akshay Singhal
Battery technology startup Log 9 Materials has opened India's first local lithium-ion cell manufacturing facility in Bengaluru, Karnataka, and has also announced multiple partnerships. The company's founder talks about the future roadmap in this interaction.
Battery-technology startup Log 9 Materials which is anticipating a boom in India's EV market, is gearing to fulfill vehicle manufacturers' aspiration of increasing EV localisation with its indigenous lithium-ion cells that will be manufactured at its newly-commissioned, state-of-the art cell manufacturing facility in Jakkar, Bengaluru.
Akshay Singhal tells Renuka Kirpalani, Executive Editor, Video Content, Autocar India, about the company's lithium-titanium-oxide (LTO) and lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP) chemistry cells, and its capacity to produce 50MWH of batteries that can power around 8,000 electric three-wheelers every year.
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