Formosa Energy & Material Technology Co. Product Release Latest LFP / LFPO Battery Power System

published: 2011-08-04 10:13 | editor: | category: Interviews

Due to a cut of 15% in carbon emission reduction by 2015, the transportation and power system has been focused in the energy policy plan. The electric vehicle and renewable energy industry development also have great potential in Taiwan to become the next trillions of business. Formosa Energy & Material Technology Co. (FEMTC) firstly released their latest power management system, which adopt LFP / LFPO battery cell, it is expected to solve electromagnetic wave interference and provide dynamic balancing system. It is believed that the product can increase LFP / LFPO popularization in end application.

EnergyTrend, a research division of Trendforce, scrutinized the new products of Formosa Energy & Material Technology Co. (FEMTC) at the product release conference. In response to the two major focuses: the electrificationof vehicles and the stationary energy storage systems popularized by the increasing adoption of renewable energy, the development plan of the battery industry expands from material traits and the capacity enhancement of the battery cells to the growth of the battery module industry. Apart from limit in charging station facility, battery module for the electric vehicle application is affected by electromagnetic wave. Besides, due to characteristics of high carbon emissions owned by fossil fuel, it is necessary to integrate renewable energy with the power system, in order to effectively reduce carbon emission and save energy.

According to EnergyTrend’s observation, the most eye-catching feature of the new battery module that FEMTC released at this conference was that it is compatible in LFP/LFPO battery product applications as well as other battery product applications. Moreover, the new module’s balance plate can alleviate the electromagnetic wave interference caused within and outside of the module, which is critical when the module is adopted in vehicles. (Chart 1)

In addition, it is equipped with a dynamic balancing system to manage the abnormal electricity fluctuation of the single cell core, which is also integral to the develop lithium battery module in battery systems.

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