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Announced the plan to achieve carbon neutrality in core operations by 2025 and across the battery value chain by 2035
Launched condensed battery with an energy density of up to 500 Wh/kg
Ranked No.1 globally in EV battery consumption volume for six consecutive years
Ranked No.1 globally in BESS battery shipment for two consecutive years.
Launched CTP 3.0 battery "Qilin".
Yibin Plant was certified as the world's first zero-carbon battery factory and was selected as a member of the Global Lighthouse Network by the World Economic Forum.
Rolled out its battery swap solution EVOGO featuring modular battery swapping.
Ningde Plant was selected as a member of the Global Lighthouse Network by the World Economic Forum.
Put Yibin and Lingang production bases into operation.
Established strategic cooperation with China Huadian Corporation, State Power Investment Corporation, China Three Gorges Corporation, China Energy, Energy China and other companies.
Participated in Europe's largest grid-side battery energy storage power station – Minety Battery Energy Storage System in the UK.
The 220MWh liquid-cooling energy storage project in Texas is connected to the grid, marking the world' s first large-scale application of its kind.
Released the first-generation sodium-ion battery with the highest energy density in the world.
Established a joint lab with the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Co-founded the CATL Xiamen Institute of New Energy with Xiamen University.
Deployed the Innovation Center and the Future Energy Research Institute in Shanghai.
Established two energy storage joint ventures with the State Grid Integrated Energy Service Group under the State Grid.
Successfully delivered phase Ⅰ of Jinjiang 100 MWh Energy Storage Power Station Project - the largest indoor stationary energy storage system in China.
Established 21C Lab.
Established joint ventures with Geely Auto Group and FAW Group respectively.
Led the establishment of the National Engineering Research Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage Technology.
Listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
Established joint ventures with Dongfeng Motor and GAC Group respectively.
Put Liyang production base into operation.
Established wholly-owned subsidiaries in France, USA, Canada and Japan.
Established joint ventures with SAIC Motor.
Established the CATL Academician and Specialist Workstation.
Acquired Brunp Recycling to start the development in battery recycling and regenerating.
Established CATG in Germany, the company's wholly-owned subsidiary.
Established Xining production base.
Developed EV batteries for the world's largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, Yutong.
Started strategic partnership with BMW.
Establishment of CATL, a new endeavor started by the founding team.
Participated in the construction of Zhangbei energy storage project – the largest wind and solar energy storage and transmission project in the world at the time.
The founding team established ATL, which is the world's leading company in the field of lithium-ion batteries for consumer electronics (CE).
*Data source: SNE Research
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