Farasis Energy is presenting itself to the IAA Mobility audience for the first time and showing its sustainable battery technology, modules and packs are already being supplied by the Siro joint venture from Turkey.
For providing in-depth insights, the experts from Farasis Energy will be presenting a variety of cells, modules, as well as a battery pack, at the event venue. They will be demonstrating the distinct benefits of these solutions, showcasing advancements in cell chemistries, and exhibiting their entire product range – spanning from entry-level options to high-performance alternatives. Customers and interested individuals visiting the exhibition stand will have the opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of Farasis Energy’s offerings and the progress they have made in their field.
The General Manager at Farasis Energy Europeabout attending IAA
“We are very much looking forward to our first IAA trade fair appearance. We will present our developments and innovations and show that we are part of the future of electromobility. We will personally present how we live up to our claim “thinking batteries further” to interested parties at any time at the stand. In our lounge area under the motto ‘where people and visions come together’, we are happy to discuss ideas and concepts in a relaxed atmosphere,” explains Stefan Bergold, General Manager at Farasis Energy Europe.
“Hardly any other industry has developed as quickly as electromobility” Bergold adds. “The new challenges spur us on to create even better and more future-proof products that can keep pace with the transformation. The IAA offers us the opportunity to prove exactly this to the international trade audience”.
The words of Farasis CTO
“With an energy density of 330 Wh/kg, a range of around 1,000 kilometres can be achieved,” says Keith Kepler, CTO and co-founder of Farasis. “Customers who place more emphasis on fast-charging capability will benefit from a battery with an adapted cell design. This can have an impact on energy density but allows the battery to be charged from 10 to 80 per cent in just 15 minutes in fast charge mode.“