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Tianjin EV Energies to Launch Block Batteries for Electric Vehicles in 2022

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  • Tianjin EV Energies
  • JEVE
  • lithium-ion battery
  • pouch battery
  • production capacity
  • plant construction
  • drive batteries
  • Ford
  • Nissan
  • Hyundai
  • supplier
  • Wang Lipu
  • LiB pouches
  • capital
  • shareholders
  • company profile
  • company overview
  • company history
  • wholly-owned subsidiary
  • MOU
  • Changan Automobile
  • Yueda Automobile Development
  • Yangcheng, Jiangsu province
  • Shanghai Fuxing High Technology (Group)
  • Jiaxing, Zhejiang province
  • Great Wall Motor
  • SAIC Group
  • ASES
  • qualification evaluation
  • VW
  • Geely
  • technology overview
  • product platforms
  • VDA355
  • VDA590
  • Block Battery
  • BEV
  • PHEV
  • ICEV
  • Cell To Pack
  • battery cell
  • battery module
  • battery product lineup
  • 78 Ah
  • 355 Module
  • 590 Module
  • MY2
  • ternary battery
  • energy density
  • ESS
  • battery capacity
  • segment
  • driving range
  • voltage
  • Neta N01
  • GX5
  • Tiggo e
  • Hozon New Energy
  • Guoji Zhijun
  • Cherry Automobile
  • models
  • business developments
  • investment
  • solid-state batteries
  • partnerships
  • Suzhou, Jiangsu province
  • Guyan Advanced Battery Joint Laboratory
  • Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics
  • safety improvement
  • electric vehicles
  • Shanghai Youpao Network Technology
  • CTC (Cell To Chassis)
  • Tianjin EV Energies Co., Ltd. (JEVE)
  • JEVE Power Industry Jiangsu
  • Jiangsu Weifeng Power Industry
  • JEVE Power Industry Jiaxing
  • JEVE New Energy Technology (Huzhou)
  • lithium iron phosphate
Logo: Tianjin EV Energies (JEVE) Photos: Battery Product Lineup

Tianjin EV Energies is a Chinese pouch lithium-ion battery manufacturer based in Tianjin. As of November 2021, it had a pouch battery production capacity of 3.5 GWh / year. The company is currently building three more plants which will begin operations in the next two years. In the first nine months of 2021, the scale of drive batteries installed in automobiles reached 935.58 MWh, which was 2.2 times that of the same period of the previous year, making Tianjin EV Energies the 10th largest electric vehicle battery supplier in the industry. The company supplies several Chinese automakers as well as Ford and Nissan. Tianjin EV Energies also became the global supplier of Hyundai Motor in 2018 and passed the supplier qualification evaluation of VW in 2021.

Tianjin EV Energies: Company Overview and History

Company overview

Full name: Tianjin EV Energies Co., Ltd.
Tianjin EV Energies (JEVE) logo
Short name: JEVE
Location: Tianjin
Established: April 2009
President: Wang Lipu
Capital: 910 million CNY
Shareholders: Shanghai Weiran Investment Management Center 28.7%, Shanghai Fuxing High Technology (Group) 21.7%, Xi’an Shanmei Qicheng Investment 18.6%, Yueda Automobile Development 8.3% and others
Products: LiB pouches, battery modules, battery packs, power storage batteries
Plant locations: Tianjin, Yancheng (Jiangsu province), Jiaxing (Zhejiang province), Huzhou (Zhejiang province)
Annual production capacity: 3.5 GWh LiB pouches

Company history

・2009: Beijing Jianlong Heavy Industry Group established Tianjin EV Energies (JEVE) as a wholly-owned subsidiary. ・2010: Pilot production began. Japan’s Mitsui & Co. invested 210 million CNY in JEVE. ・2013: JEVE became a supplier of Dongfeng Motor and Chery Automobile. JEVE signed an MOU on partnership agreement with Ford. ・2016: Phase two of the Tianjin Plant went into operation. Battery production began for Changan Automobile. ・2017: Yueda Automobile Development invested in JEVE. JEVE concluded an agreement on building a battery plant in Yancheng, Jiangsu province. ・2018: Shanghai Fuxing High Technology (Group) invested in JEVE. JEVE became global supplier of Hyundai Motor. JEVE set up a battery plant in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province. ・2020: Battery production began for Great Wall Motor. ・2021: JEVE received an order from SAIC Group. JEVE received a C on Nissan’s Alliance Supplier Evaluation Standard (ASES) which ranks suppliers from A to D. JEVE passed the supplier qualification evaluation of VW and Geely Commercial Vehicles. (Created using Tianjin EV Energies’s PR materials and various media sources)
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