CATL, Rolls-Royce Partner to Introduce TENERGY Storage System to Europe

CATL, Rolls-Royce Partner to Introduce TENERGY Storage System to Europe
Source: CATL

Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL) and Rolls-Royce have announced a significant collaboration to bring the TENERGY energy storage system to Europe. This partnership highlights a major step in advancing sustainable energy solutions across the continent. CATL, a global leader in lithium-ion battery development and manufacturing, and Rolls-Royce, renowned for its high-performance power systems, aim to address the increasing demand for energy storage solutions in Europe.

The TENERGY system, designed by CATL, is set to revolutionize energy storage with its high efficiency and reliability. The system will be integrated into Rolls-Royce’s existing energy infrastructure, providing a seamless and robust solution for various applications, including renewable energy integration, grid stability, and backup power. The TENERGY storage system features advanced lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery technology, known for its safety, long cycle life, and thermal stability.

This collaboration underscores both companies' commitment to innovation and sustainability. The integration of TENERGY into European markets will support the transition to cleaner energy sources, enhance grid reliability, and reduce carbon emissions. The partnership aligns with the European Union's ambitious climate targets and the global push towards net-zero emissions.

CATL's CEO, Dr. Robin Zeng, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, "Our collaboration with Rolls-Royce marks a pivotal moment in our mission to deliver advanced energy storage solutions to the global market." Rolls-Royce’s Chief Technology Officer, Paul Stein, highlighted the strategic importance of this collaboration, saying, "By integrating CATL’s cutting-edge technology with our energy solutions, we are set to make a significant impact on the energy landscape in Europe."

The TENERGY system will initially be deployed in key European markets, with plans for broader distribution in the coming years.