Investors pour over £160m into UK lithium battery maker in EV boom

Investors pour over £160m into UK lithium battery maker in EV boom
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By Millie Turner Investors have poured $220m (£164m) into UK-based lithium battery maker Nexeon, as the electric vehicle boom boosts the value of the in-demand power source. The funding will be used to accelerate the company’s manufacturing capabilities, as it seeks to mass produces “tens of thousands of metric tonnes” of its products, which are critical in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, each year. Nexeon’s backers include New York-listed tech firm Ingevity Corporation, alongside a raft of Asia-based investors. Hong Kong’s GLY Mobility Fund and Korean private equity investors Daishin Priv…

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