• BorgWarner’s high-energy battery packs aim to provide active cooling and deliver more energy density
  • Packs feature numerous safety elements to compete with industry standards
  • The company started production in March this year to satisfy the industry demands.

BorgWarner has bagged an order from a global power technology company to supply battery packs for a series of electric buses. BorgWarner will provide a pair of standardized ultra-high energy packs and battery management systems that the company will integrate into its electrification package for each vehicle. The package will be sold to an electric bus manufacturer in Georgia.

“We are eager to work together with our electric powertrain customer as we continue to cultivate and grow our relationship as partners focused on the future of electrification,” said Volker Weng, Vice President and General Manager, BorgWarner Drivetrain and Battery Systems. “This new business win with our battery technology broadens our industry reach and delivers a more efficient option for school transportation.”

BorgWarner’s battery packs are safe and reliable containing state-of-the-art safety features including current overcharge protection, cell-level passive propagation resistance, and electrical disconnection at the individual cell wire bonds that satisfy the industry’s strict electric vehicle battery safety standards. Additionally, the 98 kWh packs offer active cooling and deliver industry-leading energy density of 274 Watt Hour/Liter and 177 Watt Hour/Kilogram. The company started production of the battery packs in March 2023.

BorgWarner is among the world leaders who are bringing mobility innovation to the market. The company from over 130 years, is accelerating the world’s transition to eMobility — to help build a cleaner, healthier, safer future for all.

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