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Israel's pioneering battery firm appoints new vice president
StoreDot, an Israeli 먹튀검증업체 pioneering in ultra-fast charging (UFC) battery technology, has appointed Tzemah Kislev as its vice president of engineering.
Tzemah Kislev
The company said last week Kislev will take up the newly-created position to bring "breakthrough UFC technology for electric vehicles (EVs) to market" and help in commercializing the product.

Kislev, whose career spans 20 years, will also be working closely with the company's strategic partners ― BP, Daimler, TDK and EVE ― to complete the transformation of five-minute full charge battery technology into a commercial product for EV applications.

Kislev vowed to "bring innovation to market alongside our key partners."

"Every day the global drive towards petrol and diesel-free cars gathers pace, but the reality is that current EV charging times are still some way off the required speed to enable mass adoption," Kislev said. "Overcoming this challenge is exactly why I joined StoreDot. Its revolutionary ultra-fast charging technology redefines the chemistry of conventional batteries, taking EV charging times from hours to minutes, which is essential to eliminating range anxiety associated with EV adoption today."

Before joining StoreDot, Kislev was the vice president of research and development at power electronics company VisIC Technologies.

He led the development of high voltage power conversion systems for hybrid and electric vehicles.

He was also vice president of research and development at industry-leading 3D printer manufacturer, Stratasys, spearheading the development of advanced 3D printers and materials for automotive, aerospace and healthcare applications.

Kislev holds an MBA and Ph. D in applied Chemistry from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

StoreDot has developed lithium-ion based battery technology that brings the charging time of EVs in-line with refuelling times for traditional cars.

In 2019, it showcased the world's first, full five-minute charge of a two-wheeled EV.

This proof-of-concept represents a major milestone for ultra-fast charging battery technology and its game-changing potential to accelerate the adoption of EVs.

StoreDot plans to showcase a full five-minute charge of a four-wheeled passenger electric car.

In StoreDot CEO Doron Myersdorf's assessment, bringing Tzemah onboard is "another important milestone for us as we take the next step towards building our supply chain and moving to mass production."

"His experience is invaluable in scaling up and adapting StoreDot FlashBattery technology to meet the application requirements of automotive OEMs, which will be integral in meeting our go-to-market timelines and ensuring we deliver on our promise," Myersdorf said.
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