Born in November of 2013, Li Fun Technology is a high-tech enterprise specializes in developing, manufacturing and supplying Li-ion polymer battery products for electrical vehicle, digital electronics and energy storage system (ESS).
Dedicating into exploring new chemistry, new process and cutting edge technologies of Li-ion batteries, Li Fun has being maintained extensive research cooperation with over 80 leading institutions and companies worldwide, such as Argonne National Laboratory (US), Stanford University, Dalhousie University, Oxford University, University of Munich, Zhejiang University, Central South University, Xiangtan University, BASF, 3M, etc. Being honored with National high-tech enterprise, provincial engineering center and provincial technology innovation center by domestic authorities, Li Fun owns a research team of 150 core members which has possessed over 100 patented technologies including diverse achievements boosting Li-ion battery performances like rapid charge, high rate discharge, high energy density, temperature-insensitive, and have earned fruitful results and solid reputation in R&D fields of Li-metal and Na-ion battery.
With over 1000 employees and 2 factories located in Zhuzhou, the annual output of battery for digital electronics amounts to 50 million pieces, and battery for ESS amounts to 0.2 GWh (additional 2 GWh is under planning). In 2019, Li Fun was listed in the Li-ion Battery Industry Standards issued by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China.
2014, Establish cooperative relationship with 3M
2015, Establish research cooperation with Warwick University and Universite De Tours
2016, Listed in the AVL of Tesla
2017, Strategic cooperation with the British company Zapgo on the graphene supercapacitor project
2018, Entered the supplier list of Kyocera Corporation in Japan
2019, Establish research cooperation with Stanford University
In May 2019, Cube was invited to participate in the
LIBS / International Energy Materials and
Defect Chemistry Conference
Applied more than 100 patents
70 of them were authorized.
Applied for more than 100 patents,
70 authorized, including 13 invention patents, 48 practical patents.
Provincial and ministerial projects undertaken