Mr. Venkat Rajaraman and Mr. Gautam Patil of Cygni Energy Private Limited have recently contributed their valuable insights to an article titled “ESG Integration Sparks a Surge in Battery Storage in Indian Manufacturing.” This insightful piece has been published in the May edition of OEM Update Magazine. Their expertise and perspectives on this significant topic are sure to provide valuable insights to readers in the industry. They opine that sodium-ion batteries are quite likely to supplement lithium-ion batteries as multiple battery technologies will continue to co-exist for different applications.

 

TiE50 is TiE Silicon Valley’s premier annual awards program, contested by several early to mid-stage startups worldwide.
We are thrilled to announce that Cygni Energy Private Limited has been named as TiE50 Award Winner at TiEcon 2024, held at the Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA. This goes to prove that Sodium Ion is recognized as a future storage technology world over!.🏆

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We have an exciting announcement! At Cygni we’ve always believed there will be no winner-takes-all battery chemistry. We’re extremely thrilled to launch India’s first certification ready Sodium-ion 2W battery pack! 👏

Why Sodium-ion and why now?
– First generation cells are already in commercial production
– Lower carbon emissions than Li-ion based cells
– Significantly lower risk of thermal runaway
– Superior performance at extreme temperatures
– Lower cell cost compared to Li-ion

Here’s a summary of what you can expect from our pack
> 40 to 50 km range per charge
> 30 mins fast charging
> 3000+ cycles with fast charging
> 15% capacity loss even in extreme temperatures (-20 ‘C & +55 ‘C)
Imagine being able to sweat the same pack 2 to 3 times per day and still getting a 5 year life!

If you are a 2W OEM or a swapping operator interested in validating the pack, please email us- info@cygni.com or if you are a drivetrain components manufacturer we would love to collaborate with you to co-develop a Sodium-ion drive train to accelerate adoption! 🤝

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Why India should start considering investing in Sodium-ion battery technology, suitable application areas, and the inherent supply chain advantages. Unlike the current Lithium-ion supply chain, Sodium’s universal availability renders large-scale, cost-competitive refining feasible in almost any country with the right financial and technological muscle, write Venkat Rajaraman and Gautam Patil of Cygni Energy Private Limited . They opine that sodium-ion batteries are quite likely to supplement lithium-ion batteries as multiple battery technologies will continue to co-exist for different applications.

 

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Extremely proud and honored! Thank you to Government of Telangana along with GlobalLinker for recognizing Cygni Energy Private Limited Energy Private Limited as the winner of “Best Manufacturing Company” at the Telangana State Awards 2023.

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EV Reporter recently hosted an insightful webinar focused on Battery materials and the Lithium-ion battery value chain. Mr. Venkat Rajaraman, CEO of Cygni Energy, made an impactful presentation on minerals critical to a clean energy future, their global distribution, the status of the current value chain and its geopolitical implications.

 

India Today magazine dated 28-Aug-2023 is a special edition on “The revolutions needed in 10 key sectors in India“. The Energy Batteries is one such revolution highlighted and Cygni Energy is proud to be featured in this article.

Batteries are critical to India’s plans to cut oil bills and generate 500 GW of green energy by 2030.  Battery technology involves advanced chemistries and electronics, and India has to rapidly create an ecosystem for that, if it has to do justice to its quest for higher energy density. The key approaches in this direction are to replace today’s graphite anodes with lithium metal and liquid electrolytes with solids.

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The mining of rare earth elements is highly competitive due to limited global reserves and growing demand from clean energy technologies and electronics. This competition exacerbates geopolitical tensions. Environmental concerns and complexities of extraction pose additional challenges to ensuring sustainable access to these resources.

 

The electric vehicle (EV) market in India is set to grow significantly in the coming years. According to a report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, about a third of the vehicles sold in India will be electric by 2030. However, the infrastructure for repairing and servicing EVs & EV batteries is lacking. In this article we explore how this industry might possibly evolve and share our thoughts on this important topic.

 

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