Valeo & Omega Seiki Mobility signed MoU for electric powertrains
Valeo, a French automotive supplier and global leader in electrification systems and Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide electric powertrains for OSM Vehicle Range. Through the partnership, Valeo will provide electric powertrains. The Valeo & Omega Seiki Mobility signed MoU for electric powertrains.
The Valeo will provide its 48V electric powertrain system which includes a reducer, integrated motor and inverter with the Powertrain control unit for Omega Seiki Mobility cargo three-wheeler Rage+ and Rage+ Frost. Valeo’s engineers will provide technology integration support to help Omega Seiki Mobility. The companies will also collaborate for the upcoming vehicle models to be manufactured by the company in India, Valeo said in a release.
Jayakumar G, Group president, Valeo India, said, “As a technology company, Valeo develops innovative solutions to reduce CO2 emissions. Omega Seiki will benefit from our deep understanding of not only the electrification technologies but also the unique needs of integrating electric powertrain in the small mobility format of vehicles. I am positive that Valeo’s advanced technologies, our strong engineering combined with manufacturing expertise in India, will help us to strengthen our partnership and succeed together in this rapidly growing segment. I thank Omega Seiki leadership for having decided to pursue this journey along with Valeo for greener mobility solutions.”
Omega Seiki to manufacture solid-state batteries
Omega Seiki signed an MoU with a New York-based company C4V technologies to Manufacture Solid State Batteries in India. Initially, the company will be supplying Bio mineralised lithium mixed metal phosphate battery (BM-LMP). This battery is free from toxic components such as nickel and cobalt. The energy density of this battery is said to be 200 wh/kg which is 20% more than the lithium ferrous phosphate batteries which are currently in the market.
The company’s Solid-State Battery will be available from the second half of this year and the company is in talks with many state governments on establishing its manufacturing plant in India.
Omega Seiki to develop an EV manufacturing facility in Bangladesh
It has made an announcement that it would develop an electric vehicle manufacturing facility near Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Omega Seiki said that it would invest ₹1 billion to develop the facility. The company will be registered in Bangladesh as OSM-Bangladesh. The factory will manufacture electric two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and cycles to sell all over India via local partners and franchises.
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