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Ionic Mineral Technologies (Ionic MT) has recently announced a significant expansion of its production facility located in Provo, Utah. The expansion covers an area of over 74,000 square feet. The newly developed space will include a 37,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, a 7,000-square-foot office space, and a 5,000-square-foot research and development (R&D) laboratory.

This expansion signifies the start of commercial production of the company’s nanosilicon anode material, IonisilTM. The production line of IonisilTM is compatible with existing lithium-ion battery production lines, and the IonisilTM can enhance the energy density of anodes by up to seven times while also enabling fast-charging capabilities.

The facility expansion is scheduled for completion in September 2024 and will provide an annual production capacity of 7,000 tons, making it one of the largest anode material facilities in the United States. As the U.S. continues its efforts to establish a domestic lithium battery supply chain, silicon-based anodes can partially replace graphite anode materials. Ionic MT plans to supply silicon-based anode materials for over one million electric vehicles.

Source: WeChat Official Account—青蓝能源

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