StoreDot opens new US HQ in California

Israeli battery developer StoreDot announced the official opening of its new Advanced Technology Campus in Irvine, California.

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The new 5,800 square-foot facility will serve as StoreDot’s North American research and development hub, strengthening its presence in the region and bringing it closer to major automotive customers and manufacturing partners, as the company writes.

“We are excited to officially open our Advanced Technology Campus in the heart of Southern California’s technology corridor, representing another major step towards commercializing our game-changing XFC battery technology,” said Dr. David Lee, Chief Scientific Officer and Head of the Advanced Technology Campus, adding: “This newly established facility allows us to tap into the incredible talent pool in the region while strengthening our ties with U.S. based automotive OEMs, suppliers and strategic partners. We are actively looking to grow our Irvine team to accelerate our breakthrough research in advanced battery materials and manufacturing processes for extreme fast charging of electric vehicles.”

At the beginning of last year, StoreDot had opened a research centre in the USA, which is also located in Irvine, California. StoreDot has pretty impressive backing so far, ranging from investment by Volvo & Polestar, as well as Ola Electric from India. The Vietnamese company VinFast is also involved in a battery cooperation with StoreDot.


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