Tata Chemicals, CSIR-CECRI signs MoU lithium-ion cells

Tata Chemicals, CSIR-CECRI signs MoU on lithium-ion cells

11:52 AM, 25th October 2018
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MUMBAI, INDIA: Tata Chemicals has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with CSIR-CECRI (Central Electrochemical Research Institute) in Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu.

As per the MoU, both the companies will explore collaborative technology for scaling up the manufacture of cathode materials for lithium-ion cells.

TCL and CSIR-CECRI envisage in building a partnership which would leverage CSIR-CECRI’s intellectual property, capabilities and infrastructure to test and validate multiple possible cathode chemistries.

“At our Innovation Centre in Pune, we continue to explore newer frontiers in chemistry. Together with CECRI’s strengths in electrochemistry, we will build capabilities in new-age energy materials for lithium-ion cells. With a transformation agenda built on innovation and sustainability, this move is in line with the company’s strategy to grow their speciality business,” said R Mukundan, managing director, Tata Chemicals.

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