Neware Will Attend The Fourth International Forum On Electrolyte & Separator Materials For Advanced Batteries

In order to promote the development of advanced battery technology, ABES-4 (The Fourth International Forum on Electrolyte & Separator Materials for Advanced Batteries) will hold on 23-25 Sept. in Hilton Hotel, Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China. And we Neware will attend it.

ABES is a biennial international conference which launched by China Industrial Association of Power Sources(CIAPS). As the electric vehicle subsidies will be cancelled after 2020, ABES-4 will focus on how to promote the new energy vehicles and power batteries industry. Therefore, majority of experts, scholars, professors, researchers and manufactures will attend it who are in the battery or battery materials industries at home and abroad. They will continue to discuss the research, production and application of high nickel NMC, the anode materials of NCA, silicon-based anode materials and other materials of related conductive agents and binders. 

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New Batteries with Better Performance, Improved Safety


Initial Prototype of a Solid Sodium Battery with the Potential to Store Extra Energy Created
Date:November 23, 2017
Source:Université de Genève
Currently the most important technology for batteries is the lithium-ion battery technology, but the technology is expensive and contains a flammable liquid. To satisfy the growing demand from emerging markets, researchers have devised a new battery prototype: known as "all-solid-state," this battery has the potential to store more energy while maintaining high safety and reliability levels.

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EV Batteries: A $240 Billion Industry In The Making That China Wants To Take Charge Of


Even those who consider themselves somewhat knowledgeable about the electric vehicle (EV) industry would be hard pressed to name more than a handful of EV battery suppliers.

Most would quickly name Japan’s Panasonic and South Korea’s Samsung and LG Chem, as well as reference the Gigafactoy that Panasonic and Tesla opened this past January in Nevada. A few of the more knowledgeable would also name BYD, a leading electric vehicle manufacturer in China that is also one of the world’s largest battery suppliers.

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China Is About to Bury Elon Musk in Batteries


Factories are adding enough capacity to power the equivalent of nearly 1.5 million Model S vehicles

As Elon Musk races to finish building the world’s biggest battery factory in the Nevada desert, China is poised to leave him in the dust.

Chinese companies have plans for additional factories with the capacity to pump out more than 120 gigawatt-hours a year by 2021, according to
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