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EV Start-Up to Offer 15,000 Battery Packs to KLB Komaki Per Year

The Bluetooth-enabled batteries are not just one of the most innovative offerings of Neuron but can also repair remotely

by Aishwarya Saxena

Electric Vehicle battery manufacturer, Neuron Energy has joined forces with KLB Komaki, an electric two-wheeler maker, wherein the electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing start-up will deliver 15,000 battery packs per year.

NeuronThis will generate a revenue of around ₹50 crore annually with a monthly order value of 4 crore.

The Bluetooth-enabled batteries are not just one of the most innovative offerings of Neuron but can also repair remotely, Neuron Energy said in a statement.

Auto manufacturers are increasingly turning to this technology, the company added.

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In recent years, major EVs have begun incorporating battery management systems into their infotainment systems as a factory-installed feature, allowing smartphones to remain connected to the main server even when driving.

By connecting the battery and charger via Bluetooth, a battery can be remotely repaired within six hours of reporting a complaint.

In addition to providing transparency on the technical prowess of the battery and wall-mounted charger, Neurons’ Android-compliant app provides technical and functional details to the end-user, Neuron Energy said.

“These batteries can also be repaired remotely, which makes them more user-friendly. Through this partnership, we aim to address a wider audience and enable them to transition towards a more sustainable and clean future through increased adoption of electric vehicles,” Neuron Energy co-founder Pratik Kamdar said.

The EV market is expected to grow at a 94.4 percent CAGR from 2021 to 2030.

Kamdar added that with Neuron’s smart battery management system, the company can provide top-notch service to EV owners by combining battery pack monitoring accuracy, data acquisition, and fault checking.

Neuron provides lead-acid and lithium-ion technology batteries for e-bikes, e-rickshaws, and golf carts, while KBL Komaki, which ventured into the EV business in 2016, manufactures e-rickshaws, e-Scooters, and e-loaders.

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