Climate change, emissions, congestion, and safety constitute major issues today. Reducing the impact of greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption and exhaust emissions from the transport sector on the global climate and environment has become the consensus of world governments and organizations. Due to the problems of exhaust gas pollution and fossil fuel consumption, traditional fuel vehicle mobility is increasingly subject to legal restrictions and facing great pressure for energy conservation and environmental protection.

Electrification will play an important role in the transformation of the mobility industry and presents major opportunities in all vehicle segments. Regulation, consumer behavior, and technology are three main drivers in this transformation. Governments and cities have introduced regulations and incentives to accelerate the shift to sustainable mobility. Regulators worldwide are defining more stringent emissions targets. Most governments are also offering EV subsidies. Cities are working to reduce private vehicle use and congestion by offering greater support for alternative mobility modes like bicycles. Many urban areas have already created access regulations for low emissions and pollution emergencies. Consumer behavior and awareness are changing as more people accept alternative and sustainable mobility modes. Inner city trips with shared bicycles and e-scooters have beening rising year-over-year. In addition, consumers are becoming more open to shared mobility options. This can help reduce vehicle miles traveled and emissions. Industry players are accelerating the speed of automotive technology innovation developing new concepts of electric, connected, autonomous, and shared mobility. Such technology innovations will help reduce EV costs and make electric shared mobility a real alternative to owning a car.

Lithium ion batteries have become the dominant choice for powering EVs due to a range of advantages over other battery technologies. One of the most significant benefits of lithium ion batteries is their high energy density, which allows the vehicle to travel longer distances on a single charge. Not only that, but lithium ion batteries have a relatively low self-discharge rate and a long lifespan, ensuring that the stored energy remains available for an extended period, even when the vehicle is not in use. Driven largely by the imperative to reduce climate change through electrification of mobility and the broader energy transition market demand for lithium ion batteries for EVs is increasing. Global demand for Lithium ion batteries is expected to soar over the next decade. Batteries for mobility applications, such as electric vehicles, will account for the vast bulk of demand. This is an unsurprising trend seeing that mobility is growing rapidly.



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Lithium batteries are widely used in vehicles, sightseeing and leisure, logistics, express deliveries, sanitation, medical equipments and other light traffic or power fields. Electric vehicles use lithium ion batteries as an energy source and convert electrical energy into mechanical energy through components such as controllers and motors to control the speed of the electric current. It is in line with the trend of national energy conservation and environmental protection, and gradually replaces traditional fuel engines and lead acid battery powered cars, playing an important role in the national economy.

Motorcycle is a common tool for medium and short distance transportation. Due to the advantages of environmental protection, low cost, low noise and easy control, lithium ion battery powered motorcycles are becoming more and more popular and are replacing lead acid battery powered motorcycles. It is equipped with a brushless motor with high torque output and maintenance. The product is environmentally friendly as it cuts off the traditional chemical conversion process, eliminates major pollution, and has high quality, long service life, high capacity and good low temperature starting performance.

E-bicycles and e-scooters are gradually developing in the direction of lightweight and standardization. They are an innovative and revolutionary means of transportation, which have a stylish, lightweight, foldable design with a built-in high capacity, safe, eco-friendly lithium ion battery that fits in the trunk of a car. The characteristics of high efficiency, environmental protection and low energy consumption are in line with the trend of future development. The concepts of sharing bicycles, replacing rider batteries and green travel are gradually entering the lives of people.

Golf carts and sightseeing vehicles powered by lithium batteries are more environmentally friendly and less polluting than traditional fuel-powered cars. They are widely used in tourist attractions, hotels, industrial zones, stations, terminals, airports, stadiums, schools, parks, and playgrounds. The built-in battery adopts a high-performance lithium ion battery, which has long battery life and long service life. It can be used in special high or low temperature environments, supports fast charging and fast release, and has great power, safety and reliability.

As a device to help people with reduced mobility and the disabled, electric wheelchairs are an important means of transportation for the disabled. It can be used in hospitals and homes, and uses lithium power batteries as a driving energy source. The battery is lightweight, small, adaptable, easy to install and remove, has high energy density, high durability, and supports climbing hills and stairs, which need high rate discharge.