“World’s largest” lithium battery plant built in Siberia

Published: Thursday, 05 January 2012

Joint $430m Russo-Chinese plant could take 10-15% of global market share by 2015

By Eugene Vorotnikov


A new joint Russo-Chinese plant has become the world’s largest capacity lithium-ion battery facility, according to its owners.


The plant, Liotech, is a $430m joint venture between China’s Thunder Sky Ltd and the state-owned Russian Corp. of Nanotechnologies (Rusnano), with Thunder Sky owning...

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