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China's CNBM Breaks Foreign Monopoly on Lithium Battery Membranes, Hopes to Push National NEV Plans
Zhang Xia
DATE:  Oct 11 2017
/ SOURCE:  Yicai
China's CNBM Breaks Foreign Monopoly on Lithium Battery Membranes, Hopes to Push National NEV Plans China's CNBM Breaks Foreign Monopoly on Lithium Battery Membranes, Hopes to Push National NEV Plans

(Yicai Global) Oct. 11 -- China National Building Material Group Co. (CNBM) has successfully localized lithium battery membranes, breaking a monopoly previously held by foreign companies.

Its subsidiary Sinoma Lithium Membrane Co. held a promotional forum for the pilot of its first production line in China's eastern Shandong province. The plant is set to output 240 million square meters of membrane a year.

Lithium battery membranes were the last key material to be localized in China, marking CNBM's leadership in research and development, the State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council said on Oct. 11.

The membranes are a high value-added material and the toughest technical barrier among lithium battery materials. CNBM will strive to develop the product as a pillar industry and push the development of China's new-energy vehicles plan and new materials sector.

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Keywords:   China National Building Material Group,Lithium Batteries,Battery Membranes,New-Energy Vehicles