LG Energy to Supply 200,000 Battery Modules to ICPT

Battery manufacturer LG Energy Solution and public transport battery system provider Impact Clean Power Technology (ICPT) have signed a contract for the supply of NCM lithium-ion battery modules. Under the agreement, LG Energy will supply approximately 200,000 battery modules from its plant in Wroclaw, Poland, to ICPT’s GigafactoryX in Pruszkow over the next three years. 

Modules for close to 3,000 buses

There, they will be assembled into battery packs and systems. The supplied batteries will be used to power nearly 3,000 large electric commercial vehicles in Europe. The LG Energy Solution Wroclaw plant is the largest European manufacturing facility for lithium-ion batteries for the automotive industry. Located in Biskupice Podgorne in the Kobierzyce municipality, it has a capacity of 70 gigawatt-hours and covers an area of approximately 100 hectares. All battery components are manufactured at the plant until they are ready for installation in the vehicle.



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