EVE Energy starts production at CNY 16.6 bn battery plants in Jingmen

EVE Energy in Jingmen

EVE Energy, a leading battery technology company, has launched production at its sections 6, 7, 8, and 9 battery plants in Jingmen, Hubei province, totaling 73GWh of capacity.

EVE Energy also broke ground for the construction of a 60GWh Super Factory, also in the central Chinese city.

Wei Na, General Manager at the Lithium-ion Battery Factory Planning Department, said it is slated to be the world’s largest single-unit capacity factory with integrated and digital design, considerably bolstering capacity efficiency and reducing production costs. The super factory will have a production capacity of 60GWh of the next-generation flagship product LF560K batteries.

Yuan Dingding, Chief Technical Officer for Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries of EVE, has introduced the company’s work on fast-charging technology innovations and its product of 130Ah LFP Cell has been realized applications in SUV vehicles with the 800V Battery systems.

EVE’s investment in the four production facilities that entered operations totals more than CNY 16.6 billion. EVE Energy Chairman Liu Jincheng said that completing and commissioning the 6, 7, 8, and 9 sectional plants enables the company to possess sufficient production capacity for each product direction within the new energy industry chain.

Among the four new factories, the Factory 16 in section 6 will produce LF280K batteries, the company’s flagship product mainly used in the power energy storage field.

Factory 14 in section 7 will produce large cylindrical power batteries, a strategic product for EVE. The facility features a self-designed production line and highly intelligent equipment, providing the middle and high-end electric vehicle market with high-quality battery products with a cost advantage. The products have received nomination letter from global renowned automotive manufacturers.

Factory 15 in section 8 will produce passenger-car standard lithium iron cells and integrated battery packs, suitable for the newer car companies looking to build cars using smart factories. It promotes the exploration of material recovery and recycling as part of the company’s environmental protection pledges with green electricity used.

Factory 18 in section 9 will produce energy storage products and commercial-vehicle lithium iron cells. After the completion, it will increase supply capacity in markets such as digital energy, site energy, photovoltaic energy storage and logistics vehicles.