StoreDot and Circulor partner to deliver supply chain transparency for EV battery cell materials
New partnership demonstrates StoreDot’s dual commitment to a fast and responsible transition to electric vehicles.
Upskilling future talent to ensure a smooth transition to sustainable mobility
The world is facing a global skills shortage of epic proportions. It’s the most severe of the past 16 years. According to a recent survey published by workforce solutions provider ManpowerGroup, 75% of employers questioned reported difficulty filling roles. Hilit Bar-lev, VP HR of StoreDot – developers of extreme fast charging (XFC) battery technology for electric vehicles – further discusses.
StoreDot achieves its milestones for 2022
StoreDot has already achieved all its planned milestones for 2022 and remains firmly on track for its 100inX strategic technology roadmap.
StoreDot's fast charging batteries get validated
StoreDot has had its extreme fast charging (XFC) batteries for electric vehicles (EVs) successfully validated by independent battery lab Shmuel De-Leon Energy.
EV all solid-state batteries still a decade from mass production
StoreDot, the pioneer of extreme fast charging battery technology for electric vehicles, has stated that mass-produced solid-state batteries are still at least a decade from mass production and that global automotive manufacturers should be considering interim technologies in the medium term, such as semi-solid batteries.
StoreDot ships EV battery cell samples to global car makers for testing
Following the successful completion of series D funding round, StoreDot commences shipping its production ready battery cell samples to global electric vehicle OEMs.
StoreDot benefits from investments from battery ecosystem
StoreDot has signalled its ambitions for rapid growth with a network of strategic global investments and partnerships that spans the entire battery ecosystem. The company is on track to begin mass producing its ‘100in5’ cells as early as 2024, delivering 100 miles of charge in just five minutes.
StoreDot joins forces with Polestar in partnership
StoreDot, a pioneer of charging technologies for electric vehicles, has entered a strategic partnership with Polestar, following an investment from the all-electric premium performance brand.
StoreDot appoints Tamir Ben-Moshe as VP Operations
StoreDot, a developer of extreme fast charging (XFC) technologies for electric vehicles, announces the appointment of Tamir Ben-Moshe as its VP Operations effective as of today.
StoreDot hits target of 1,200 cycles for its XFC charging cells
StoreDot has now passed the major milestone of testing silicon dominant cells for more than 1,000 cycles.
Storedot announces partnership with Ola Electric
StoreDot has secured a multi-million-dollar investment from Ola Electric, EV manufacturer with a mission to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable mobility. Ola Electric is planning to incorporate and manufacture StoreDot’s fast charging battery technologies for future vehicles in India.
StoreDot announces latest funding round led by VinFast
StoreDot’s Series D funding round will be up to $80 million.The funding round is led by VinFast, a member of Vingroup, the largest private conglomerate in Vietnam. Participants included bp ventures and Golden Energy.
Storedot, develops technology for self-repairing cells
StoreDot technology enhances battery life, performance, and safety, improving the driving experience, and benefits the automotive and battery ecosystem.
StoreDot and Group14 to accelerate time to market of XFC lithium-silicon cells
Group14 Technologies and StoreDot have announced a partnership to leverage Group14’s proprietary lithium-silicon technology to accelerate time to market of StoreDot’s XFC lithium-silicon cells for EVs.
Five-minute charge Li-ion EV battery samples launched
StoreDot has announced the availability of its first-generation five-minute charge battery engineering samples. This represents a significant milestone for the company in its mission to eliminate the range and charging anxiety of electric vehicles (EVs), demonstrating the commercial viability of XFC batteries for the first time via a small form-factor battery cell.