Lithium-ion batteries developed for Russia’s new electric locomotive EMKA2 have successfully passed the tests and are ready for mass production. This is confirmed by experts who recommend starting mass production of batteries.

EMKA2 batteries have a high power of 288 A/h and an energy capacity of 200 kW/h and their service life reaches 10 years. They are also cold resistant and work even at -40°C. These batteries were developed by the Technospark group of companies.

EMKA2 is a new maneuverable electric locomotive designed to be used in stations and warehouses where the use of diesel engines is prohibited. It is also suitable for use in industrial facilities. The electric locomotive can operate from both the grid and the internal battery without requiring a special charging infrastructure.

Source: Ferra

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