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Altech Batteries unveils share purchase plan to fuel CERENERGY project

Altech Batteries has unveiled an opportunity for eligible shareholders to engage in an equity raising initiative through a Share Purchase Plan (SPP), aiming to generate up to $5 million.

Altech unveils ‘excellent’ progress in 60 kWh CERENERGY prototypes

Altech Batteries has characterised its advancements as "excellent," as it undergoes the manufacturing of two ABS60 60 kWh CERENERGY battery prototypes in Germany intended for customer performance testing.

Altech’s CERENERGY battery achieves significant increase in annual production capacity

Altech Batteries announced a significant milestone in the development of its CERENERGY project, as the company successfully increased the project's annual production capacity from 100 MWh to 120 MWh.

Altech finalises design optimisation of CERENERGY battery

Altech Batteries announced that it has finalised the design of its 60KWh battery pack after extensive collaborations with component suppliers.

Altech Batteries, CICERO team up on sustainable energy storage

Altech Batteries has collaborated with the Centre of International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO) to demonstrate the environmental credentials of its CERENERGY battery project.

Altech begins production of two 60KWh battery pack prototypes

Altech Batteries (ATC) has begun production and fabrication of two 60 kilowatt hour (KWh) battery pack prototypes at the Fraunhofer IKTS facility in Hermsdorf, Germany.

Altech Chemicals shares progress to CERENERGY battery project

Battery technology company Altech Chemicals has reached a number of significant milestones in the commercialisation of its CERENERGY 100 MWh Sodium Alumina Solid State Battery for grid energy storage in Saxony, Germany, said Managing Director Iggy Tan
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