Charged EVs | Iberdrola invests in solid-state startup Basquevolt


Iberdrola, a Spanish electrical utility, plans to put money into the solid-state battery startup Basquevolt by way of its start-up program PERSEO. “By means of PERSEO, Iberdrola carries out greater than 25 actual exams of applied sciences per 12 months, which function a primary step in direction of establishing a business relationship or partnership with startups,” says Iberdrola.

Basquevolt plans to determine technological help and a analysis group on the Alava Expertise Park in Spain, and to develop prototype cells and a pilot manufacturing line in 2025. The corporate’s long-term objectives are to start out producing battery cells in 2027 and to realize a ten GWh annual capability.

Basquevolt has acquired 700 million euros from traders, together with Iberdrola, automotive provider CIE Automotive, Spanish gasoline firm Enagás, EIT InnoEnergy and analysis group CIC energiGUNE.

Supply: Iberdrola


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