EVE Energy Lights up the Stage at Electronica 2022

MUNICH, Dec. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — EVE Energy Co., Ltd., (“EVE”; SHE 300014) one of the world’s leading battery technology companies, took to the stage in Munich to present its core products and solutions at the 2022 Electronica expo, that ran from November 15th to 18th. 

EVE Energy Lights up the Stage at Electronica 2022

First held in 1964, Electronica has become the world’s leading trade fair and conference for the electronics industry, providing a platform for industry experts to discuss the development of the global electronics sector.

At Electronica, EVE introduced how it contributes to the global energy transition and carbon neutrality worldwide through its innovative battery technology and integrated solution. Products on show included consumer battery products and power storage solutions.

EVE showcased the company’s efforts in innovation-driven development as it continues to provide quality power solutions for customers in various industries. The product line-up included lithium thionyl chloride batteries, lithium manganese dioxide batteries, battery capacitors, prismatic LFP cells, prismatic NCM cells, pouch NCM cells, large cylindrical cells, and 12V/48V battery systems. 

“In the new energy field, China’s industrial chain has led the way, with the country providing products and services to the world in the form of a complete industrial chain,” said Dr. Jincheng Liu, Chairman of EVE. “Amid the current challenging environment, EVE will work with global supply chain partners to build our global manufacturing and delivery service capabilities, relying on China’s technology and solutions to serve global customers.” 

At Electronica, large cylindrical cells took center stage. They can be adapted for use in various kinds of cars and SUVs for use in a range of different scenarios. Their energy density reaches 350Wh/kg with super-fast charging possible in just nine minutes. EVE’s large cylindrical cell pilot line has produced over half a million samples to date with a high overall superiority rate. Launching a mass production line will raise the rate of excellence and product consistency further while the company has also received nomination letters from Chengdu Dayun Auto Group and BMW Group for these products and services.

The company also showcased its LFP battery module. They use new-generation technology, providing longer life, better safety, and higher temperature resistance. They can be widely used in various commercial vehicles and energy storage scenarios. 

EVE’s lithium batteries have also been awarded China’s “National Manufacturing Single Champion Product”. The company’s consumer battery products cover primary lithium batteries, small lithium-ion batteries, and cylindrical batteries. They serve global first-tier industrial and consumer brands, with wide use in smart meters, automotive electronics, smart security, electronic nebulizer, smart wear, TWS headphones, power tools, electric two-wheelers, and vacuum cleaners, among others.

EVE has become a major player in the consumer battery market worldwide, providing the global market with 1.7 billion smart meter batteries to date. The company has also led global industry sales and exports from China for six consecutive years. 

EVE has continued to invest in its industrial layout, building factories across China. It also plans to build factories in Hungary, Malaysia, and other countries. Production capacity is expected to hit 100GWh by the end of 2022, with further expansion in the following two years. With this in mind, the company has invested in building a new R&D center. The facility will support the development of power and energy storage battery technology while bolstering innovation.

For more information, please visit EVE Energy.

About EVE Energy 

Founded in 2001 and listed in Shenzhen in 2009, EVE Energy has developed rapidly to become a global player in the market, providing core technologies and comprehensive solutions for both consumer and power batteries, especially in the Internet of Things and the energy internet. Currently, EVE has set up a research institute with 60 doctors and over 3,100 interdisciplinary R&D engineers in materials, electrochemistry, structure design, and electronic circuit design, and established extensive cooperation with Wuhan University, Israel StoreDot and other institutions of higher learning and research on new materials, pre-research technologies. The R&D function at EVE has resulted in more than 4,700 national patents, of which four have been awarded the “China Patent Excellence Award” by the State Intellectual Property Office.