Batteries And Battery Materials For Electric Buses
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom B
15:20 - 15:40
Weifeng Fang completed his Ph.D. at Penn State University. His research interests lie in the area of lithium ion battery safety, dedgration mechanism, battery pack thermal management and structural safety analysis, etc. He is currently the director of technical departement in Microvast, Inc. Before joined Microvast, he had spent about 8 years in Celgard. He has about 14 years' experience in lithium-ion battery industry.
Founded in 2006 in Stafford Texas, Microvast manufactures high performance battery systems for electric vehicles and stationary electric power grid applications. Microvast's LpTO™ lithium titanate batteries deliver rapid charge (fully charging in 10 minutes), and high cycles (achieving 25,000 full cycles).
Microvast's vertically integrated manufacturing processes, centered in Huzhou, China, include electrode materials, electrolyte materials, separator, battery cell, module, and pack production. Microvast will deploy over a gigawatt hour of batteries in Asia, Europe and North America this year. With over 100 issued patents Microvast continues to innovate and deploy new high performance battery technologies.