Indian Space Research Organisation today said it has received a response from 141 companies to its Request For Qualification (RFQ) for technology transfer of the lithium-ion cell to Indian industries.
In June, ISRO had issued RFQ in connection with the technology transfer, containing a brief description of the qualification aspects, technology transfer process, timelines and other relevant details.
ISRO’s VSSC has successfully developed and qualified lithium-ion cells of capacities ranging from 1.5 Ah to 100 Ah for use in satellites and launch vehicles.
“Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) has received a response from 141 companies for its lithium-ion cell technology,” ISRO said in a statement. Read More
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