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.

By Renuka Kirpalani calendar 26 Apr 2023 Views icon9510 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

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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