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Bangchak invests in Enevate; fast-charging EV battery technology

California-based Enevate Corp., a developer of battery technology to address extreme-fast charge times for electric vehicle (EV) batteries, announced that Thai energy giant Bangchak, through its Bangchak Initiative and Innovation Center (BiiC), has invested in the company.

The companies did not disclose the investment amount.

Enevate’s HD-Energy Technology for EVs features five-minute fast charging with high energy density and long driving range with added focus on low-temperature operation for cold climates, low cost and safety benefits. This short charging time is superior to any other Li-ion technology available today.

Enevate licenses its silicon-dominant HD-Energy Technology to battery and EV automotive manufacturers and suppliers worldwide.

Comments

HarveyD

The five minutes charging is for a 50% charge. A full charge takes 20 to 30 minutes.

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