Britishvolt announced the acquisition of EAS Batteries, the German-based advanced technology battery cell manufacturer, for €36 million from the Monbat Group.
EAS is a pioneer in developing and producing large format lithium-ion battery cells using innovative and compact electrode production technology.
The acquisition complements Britishvolt’s drive to lead in the R&D, manufacture of electrified transportation and sustainable energy storage markets.
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