CBAK Develops Special Lithium-ion Battery to Work at Ultra-Low Temperature

CBAK Energy Technology, Inc. - a leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer and electric energy solution provider has announced the trial production of its new lithium-ion battery named, "Special 26650 Battery", capable of achieving mass delivery by the second half of 2021.

February 23, 2021. By News Bureau

CBAK Energy Technology, Inc. - a leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer and electric energy solution provider has announced the trial production of its new lithium-ion battery named, "Special 26650 Battery", capable of achieving mass delivery by the second half of 2021.

The Special 26650 Battery can function properly in temperatures as low as minus 40 to minus 50 degrees Celsius and can discharge at a maximum C-rate of 60 degrees Celsius at room temperature.

It is a self-developed battery model specifically designed for use in ultra-low temperature environments, unlike our regular 26650 batteries that the company is currently manufacturing and selling. Satisfactory test performance results have been delivered to date, while the trial's production yield rate has also been very close to our required level for mass production, the company said.

Yunfei Li, Chief Executive Officer of CBAK Energy, commented, "We are pleased to announce the success of our initial trial productions for the Special 26650 Battery and look forward to accelerating its production going forward. In addition to demonstrating our industry-leading research and development capabilities, the Special 26650 Battery is highly attractive to participants in the aviation and aerospace industries due to its effective ultra-low temperature application.”

As a result, we believe that the production of the Special 26650 Battery will help to fuel our expansion into these markets. Going forward, we plan to continue leveraging our strong technical strengths to develop more competitive battery products, thereby expanding our current portfolio of business layout offerings and generating additional shareholder value over the long term, he further added.

The newly developed battery has several use cases in high-latitude and high-altitude low-temperature environments, such as energy storage in the ultra-low-temperature environment, base stations, transportation, unmanned drones, aviation and aerospace areas, as well as other specific circumstances that require ultra-low-temperature cells.

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