Dow Kokam

  • Makes large-format pouch cells, up to 200 Ah; uses NMC cathodes, with both high-energy and high-power products
  • Flexible business model; open to selling cells and/or packs
  • Michigan factory to begin production this year, targeted to reach 600 MWh in 2015
  • Claims differentiation in target markets and quali...
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