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Rimac Technology Enters Energy Storage With New Technology


Croatian high-performance EV component supplier and car manufacturer Rimac Technology has developed a novel battery architecture that is said to reduce efficiency losses by up to 50% while decreasing the system footprint by up to 40% compared to current state-of-the-art solutions.


Croatia’s Rimac Technology has announced its entry into the stationary energy storage systems (ESS) market with a new brand, Rimac Energy. Mass manufacturing is expected to start in 2025, with manufacturing capacities scaling up into the double-digit GWh-scale.


Leveraging its group’s expertise in EV technology, Rimac Energy has developed a novel battery architecture that is said to reduce efficiency losses by up to 50% while decreasing the system footprint by up to 40% compared to current state-of-the-art solutions.


According to the manufacturer, additional technological benefits of its new stationary ESS solution include improved cycle life, built-in redundancy for increased availability, as well as competitive material and installation costs.


“Given our track record in innovative battery technology, we believe we will play a vital role in building Europe's future energy ecosystems, elevating it on the global stage,” said Rimac Energy's Director Wasim Sarwar.

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