StoreDot CEO Doron Myersdorf said the company will continue its path to commercialization by firmly pursuing mass production of its extreme fast charging (XFC) technologies. He said it will focus its immediate R&D efforts on developing advanced B-sample prismatic cells, through joint development programs with several global car manufacturers, as well as working with OEMs on the different form factors they require.
“We are incredibly excited for the future and proud of the progress we have made so far,” Myersdorf said. “2024 will be the year of prismatic B-samples, proving our XFC technology scales to automotive production as we transition toward mass manufacturing readiness. StoreDot is the pioneer of XFC cells, and this year will see us continuing our path towards commercialization and cementing our position as the world leader in delivering extreme fast charging battery technologies.”
In collaboration with Polestar, StoreDot said it intends to showcase the world’s first EV fitted with XFC battery cell technology this year. To support its path, StoreDot said its US team will expand into its new facility in Irvine.