Addressable market substantially increased in the fast emerging, high value materials handling sector
TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / April 11, 2022 / Electrovaya Inc. ("Electrovaya" or the "Company") (TSX:EFL; OTCQB:EFLVF), a lithium ion battery manufacturer with differentiated intellectual property that allows heightened safety and improved longevity, today announced that it has completed UL2580 certification for about 28 models of 48V lithium ion batteries. Most of these models also represent new product offerings, significantly increasing the Company's overall materials handling product lines.
"Our 48V batteries went through extreme testing at various UL third party labs, and we are pleased to report the highly positive results," said Dr. Raj DasGupta, COO of Electrovaya. "Receiving UL certification for so many new products is an important milestone as we work to expand market share for our batteries, which provide customers with unique safety and longevity without compromising energy and power."
About Electrovaya Inc.
Electrovaya Inc. (TSX:EFL) (OTCQB:EFLVF) is a pioneering leader in the global energy transformation, focused on contributing to the prevention of climate change and decarbonization by supplying the safest and longest-lasting lithium-ion batteries. Electrovaya, a technology-focused company with extensive IP, designs, develops, and manufactures proprietary lithium-ion batteries, battery systems, and battery-related products for energy storage, clean electric transportation, and other specialized applications. To learn more about how Electrovaya is powering mobility and energy storage, please explore www.electrovaya.com.
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