Prototype lithium ion batteries by first quarter 2015


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will be producing its prototype lithium ion batteries for electric buses, cars and energy storage by the first quarter of next year.

The project, which is a collaboration between the Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI), transport logistics firm ARCA Corp Sdn Bhd and Australia’s AutoCRC Ltd and Swinburne University of Technology, is aimed at developing the most energy-dense battery for the market, says MAI chief executive officer Madani Sahari.

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