CATL to provide lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries for Solaris electric buses

Solaris Electric Buses

has just announced that it will provide to European maker as it transitions to sustainable urban mobility in Europe.

The that will be used by the Solaris electric bus is a iron phosphate (LFP) battery that uses CTP (cell to pack) .

The LFP system promises long life and thermal stability in the battery and will provide significant advantages in safety and temperature resistance, said CATL.

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Meanwhile, CTP technology gives the battery density and eliminates the need for battery modules in traditional battery packs, says CATL.

Solaris, a Polish-based bus maker, has produced more than 22,000 vehicles in the last 25 years.

In 2021, Solaris is ranked No. 1 on the zero-emission bus market in Europe Europe. The battery supply from CATL is expected to help Solaris to further expand its product .

This partnership is expected to accelerate the global transition to an era of electrification of commercial vehicles. CATL is ’s largest maker of electric batteries and is a supplier of electric vehicle batteries to Tesla and NIO. CATL controls 35% of the world’s electric vehicle battery market.