GUS Technology Opens Taiwan’s First Battery Gigafactory and Joins…

GUS Technology Opens Taiwan’s First Battery Gigafactory and Joins…


TAOYUAN, Taiwan, May 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — GUS Technology held the grand opening ceremony of Gigafactory at Jhongli Industrial Park 26th of April. Guests from Germany and abroad including the Vice President Chi Chang Tsai of the Legislative Yuan, Deputy Mayor Ming-jiuh Wang of Taoyuan City, Deputy General Manager Chih Ching Yang of the Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA, in person to witness the completion Taiwan’s first Battery Gigafactory, a facility that symbolizes GUS Technology’s success in helping Taiwan’s The lithium battery industry reaches a new milestone. optimistic about Taiwan’s Talent and industrial development, GUS Technology, which focuses on lithium titanate (LTO) and NCM material systems, has entered into the design, development and manufacture of battery modules for electric vehicles and energy storage since the end of 2019. Overall construction of Gigafactory Jhongli is achieved NT$4 billion. The Gigafactory is expected to create more than 250 jobs for the local people once launched, hoping to attract outstanding talent passionate about the battery industry, to jointly drive the development of the industry and give local talent the opportunity to shine on the international stage.

dr CC Chang, Chairman of GUS Technology said: “GUS is proud of Made in Taiwan (WITH). The design, manufacturing process and site planning of the first Gigafactory in Taiwan were conducted with two fundamental elements in mind: local talent and international standards. We have found that countries around the world are rapidly competing in the energy industry. With the integration of Taiwan’s industrial resources and talents with innovative resources and core technologies that GUS Technology has made possible Taiwan to secure a key position on the international energy market with its high-quality and tailor-made R&D capacities. The world will see soon Taiwan’s Battery R&D Innovation and…


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