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Welcome to Battery-Kutter

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Battery-Kutter was established in 1989 as a family firm in Hamburg. 30 years plus experience in the battery sector, we are a reliable partner for industry. The Battery-Kutter brand stands for assembling and distributing batteries, rechargeable batteries and battery packs of all types, sizes and outputs. The qualities that set us apart from the crowd are our professional customer service, reliable delivery and repair services and our ability to fulfil our clients' custom requirements.

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System Solutions

Test our technical know-how!

The expertise of our employees goes far beyond developing battery or rechargeable battery packs: our extensive experience in charging technology, motors, control systems and UPS systems allows us to apply our know-how at any stage of your project. We are able to optimise a complete system, either electro-mechanically or in terms of design, and we can also prepare it for mass production.
In addition, we have developed a project management system that gives you precise information on development and production times, as well making pricing transparent. More…

  • New anode material for safe and long-lasting batteries

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    New anode material for safe and long-lasting batteries

    Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and at Jilin University in Changchun, China, are focusing on a promising anode material for future high-performance batteries: lithium-lanthanum titanate particles. These are expected to enable high power densities even in micrometer sizes.

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  • BIG-MAP: EU project accelerates battery research

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    BIG-MAP: EU project accelerates battery research

    The new EU project BIG-MAP (Battery Interface Genome – Materials Acceleration Platform) is designed to significantly accelerate battery research. It’s the greatest single project by major European research initiative “BATTERY 2030+” which also includes research platform Celest with KIT and Ulm University.

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  • Tesla plans battery cell production in Brandenburg

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    Tesla plans battery cell production in Brandenburg

    The electric car manufacturer Tesla now also plans to produce their own batteries at Gigafactory 4 in Grünheide, in Brandenburg near Berlin. According to Elon Musk, this local production is designed to cover the energy demand at the plant.

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  • Our team has grown stronger

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    Our team has grown stronger

    We’re delighted to see our team grow steadily this spring/summer despite the Corona crisis! Since May 2020, we have added ten new members to our Battery-Kutter team.

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  • Germany invests another €100 million into battery competence cluster

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    Germany invests another €100 million into battery competence cluster

    Germany’s Federal Ministry for Research has announced a €100 million investment into battery research at universities and external research facilities. The four competence clusters are affiliated to the "Battery Research Factory" and are intended to strengthen the future field of battery technology along the entire value chain in Germany.

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  • Mobilility study: Corona won’t stop electric cars or robot taxis

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    Mobilility study: Corona won’t stop electric cars or robot taxis

    Due to the corona crisis, many automobile manufacturers are reducing investment in research and development. Nevertheless, management consultancy Bain & Company expects a breakthrough for new forms of mobility.

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