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Renault’s EV Unit Ampere Embraces LFP Technology for Mass Electric Vehicle Production

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Renault’s electric vehicle (EV) subsidiary, Ampere, announced on Monday its strategic adoption of lithium iron phosphate (LFP) technology in its plans to scale up production of electric vehicles.

The move includes collaborations with suppliers LG Energy Solutions and CATL to establish a robust supply chain within Europe.

“This decision is a proactive and advanced response to market dynamics and evolving technologies,” Ampere stated in a release. The company confirmed that LFP batteries will be integrated into “several” models across the Renault and Alpine brands in the coming years.

Ampere also committed to advancing Cell-to-Pack battery solutions in partnership with LG Energy Solutions, aimed at enhancing the driving range of its electric vehicles.

Western automakers are increasingly under pressure to diversify their battery technologies to cater to diverse market segments, amidst stiff competition from lower-cost Chinese rivals.

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