Toshiba will cooperate with US company JCI on lithium titanate power batteries

by:CTECHi     2021-08-20

Toshiba Infrastructure Systems u0026 Solutions, a subsidiary of Toshiba, announced a few days ago that it will cooperate with Johnson Controls Power Solutions (JCI) of the United States in the automotive lithium-ion battery business. In the future, the manufacturing of lithium-ion batteries and the development and manufacturing of automotive products combined with lead batteries will be carried out at JCI's Michigan plant. The 'SCiB' developed by Toshiba is a battery using Lithium Titanate in the negative electrode. It has the advantages of high safety, long life, rapid charging, and low temperature performance. Therefore, it is widely used in automobiles, buses, railways, and industries. Various uses such as machines. On the other hand, JCI, based on its long-standing lead-acid battery technology and adoption performance, plans to launch a battery product combining 'SCiB' for MicroHybridCar. According to surveys, by around 2025, 20% of new cars in the world will use a micro-hybrid system (MicroHybridSystem) composed of lithium-ion batteries and lead-acid batteries. In view of this, Toshiba and JCI expect to establish an immediate product production and supply system through corporate cooperation and improve the efficiency of product development.

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