Exclusive: Total’s Saft plans over 200 million euros investment in next generation battery

“Saft plans to develop a solid-state battery technology which can be competitive by 2025, with a battery that has twice the performance of those in the market today, the company said” reports FILE PHOTO: Company logo of Saft Groupe, battery specialists, is pictured at the entrance of the plant in Poitiers Thomson Reuters By Bate Felix PARIS (Reuters) – French battery maker Saft, a unit of oil and gas major Total said on Friday it plans to invest over 200 million euros ($233 million) in a next generation European battery alliance project.

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