ACE’s LFP Battery Technology: First Shipment to Automotive Partners Marks Significant Milestone

Advanced Cell Engineering (ACE) starts shipping its proprietary advanced LFP battery cells, marking a critical milestone in the electric vehicle (EV) industry.

What’s Happening

In a significant development for the electric vehicle (EV) industry, Advanced Cell Engineering (ACE) has announced its initial delivery of advanced 190 Wh/kg LFP (Lithium Iron Phosphate) pouch cells to strategic automotive OEM partners and battery manufacturers. This shipment is the company’s first of its kind, representing a pivotal progression towards the full commercialization of ACE’s proprietary advanced LFP battery chemistry.

Why It Matters

ACE’s shipment is more than a delivery—it’s the embodiment of a breakthrough in battery technology. With these cells, automotive OEMs can initiate the testing process at their own facilities, offering them the opportunity to validate the safety and high-energy density of ACE’s LFP chemistry. It’s an exciting moment that underlines the intense interest from some of the industry’s major battery and automotive manufacturers.

Key Points

Tom Madden, ACE’s Chief Technology Officer, expressed his pride and excitement, “Our team’s effort and determination have led us to reach this milestone in a relatively short period. The strong interest we’ve received from some of the largest players in the industry is incredibly encouraging.” Looking ahead, the company plans to dispatch 200 Wh/kg, 3 Ah sample LFP cells to OEMs in the third quarter. This step will mark the completion of ACE’s development of their inaugural battery technology product.

Bottom Line

ACE, known for developing and licensing advanced lithium-ion battery cell technologies, is set to revolutionize the EV industry. Their Advanced LFP battery technology is anticipated to provide a considerably extended driving range in a safe, cost-effective cell. With a team boasting extensive experience in developing and commercializing innovative battery technologies, ACE’s first delivery of their LFP pouch cells signals a new era for the EV industry. This momentous event not only celebrates their achievements but also signifies their continued commitment to innovation in EV battery technology.


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