Mitsubishi commissions largest Li-ion plant to date to coincide with electric vehicle plans

Lithium Energy Japan (LEJ) - Mitsubishi's lithium-ion (Li-ion) joint venture with GS Yuasa - recently announced its plans to construct a new Li-ion battery production facility in Ritto City, Japan in 2012. The company reported that the plant will produce 4.4 million cells – enough to power 50,000 of...

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