Britishvolt agrees €36m deal for German battery tech firm EAS

Michael Holder
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A render of the Northumberland gigafactory site | Credit: Britishvolt
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A render of the Northumberland gigafactory site | Credit: Britishvolt

UK battery maker expands its presence internationally with proposed deal for Monbat Group subsidiary

Britishvolt has agreed to purchase German lithium-ion battery cell technology developer EAS for €36m, as the UK-based firm looks to continue its rapid expansion in the energy storage and electric vehicle...

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