Published On: April 22nd, 2022
Silumina AnodesTM Project
Consumers are demanding that their new electric vehicles have faster-charging speeds, longer range, and, most importantly, are more affordable.
In turn, automakers are looking to find new and innovative solutions to satisfy consumers.
The industry believes that incorporation of higher energy silicon in the graphite anode of the battery will achieve this breakthrough. To date, silicon has been a cost-prohibitive process plagued by technical challenges, with only small amounts of silicon being added to commercial EV cells in full production today.
That’s all about to change as an Australian company recently completed a preliminary feasibility study for a 10,000 tpa Silumina AnodesTM battery materials plant in Germany.
During the recent crisis in Europe forcing supply chain pressures and rising energy prices, it has demonstrated the importance of European material supply for European battery and EV makers. The manufacturing supply risks are becoming increasingly evident and more focus will be placed on European supply.
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