China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has outlined its standard conditions of the lithium-ion battery industry. This comes as an update to previous conditions published in 2021. The document covers aspects of the industry including use of revenue, utilisation rates of manufacturing facilities and minimum energy density requirements for lithium-ion batteries. The document is solicited for comments, with standards expected to be implemented before the end of May 2024. 

Requirements for companies and production processes

The document places a strong emphasis on R&D improvements, stating that a minimum of 3% of annual revenue of battery companies must be reinvested into R&D. Additionally, to ensure suitable utilisation rates of manufacturing facilities, it is specified that…

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