Chinese battery manufacturer Envision AESC Group China plans to develop an electric car battery that can offer a range of 1,000 km on a single charge. It is planned that production of this new battery will begin in 2024.
Launching the Hindustan Times page today, Wednesday, February 23, 2022, Envision AESC will not only produce new EV batteries. However, they will also double the number of battery cells in each electric car. This will make the EV's weight heavier, but its reach will be longer.
In a recent report, it was stated that the Chinese battery company plans to increase the production capacity of its electric vehicle batteries 10 times from current levels by the end of the decade. Envision AESC will supply batteries to a number of car manufacturers, one of which is Nissan.
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As is known, currently about 90 percent of the production of Envision AESC batteries are shipped for use in Nissan electric cars. One model that uses an electric car battery is the Nissan Leaf EV, which has a battery range of about 450 km.
The new battery produced in 2024, the company will pack the battery cells close together and increase storage efficiency. This breakthrough will shorten the battery charging time from 30 minutes to about 20 minutes.
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Envision AESC Group China also hopes to add Japanese, Chinese and European automakers to its client list. So that by 2025, the company is expected to reach almost half a million of its total sales volume.
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