Phostech Lithium

  • Subsidiary of large German chemical company Süd-Chemie
  • Manufactures carbon-deposited (C-LFP) powder for lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery cathodes
  • Exclusively licenses LFP technology from University of Texas (UT) and Hydro-Quebec (HQ), and carbon-deposit technology from University de Montreal (UdM...
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