Gotion enters Japanese large-scale battery storage market with Edison Power agreement

Chinese battery manufacturer Gotion High-Tech has continued recent moves into new markets across Asia, signing a deal with Japan’s Edison Power. The two companies will target growing demand in the Japanese market for large-scale stationary battery energy storage systems (BESS), as well as developing a joint offering on battery recycling.

Gotion enters Japanese large-scale battery storage market with Edison Power agreement

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