Research and innovation are most needed for those manufacturing steps of making LiFePo4 Battery with the highest cost, throughput, and energy consumption. Consequently, we can better focus our research on these particular areas. The results of applying on model to determine how should break down manufacturing costs of lifepo4 battery. An EV battery pack manufacturing facility that produces 100,000 67 Ah LiNi0.6Mn0.2-Co0.2O2 (NMC622)/graphite cell EV battery packs annually served as the model’s foundation. Drying, forming cells, and ageing all added up to 48 % of the manufacturing cost. For example, the most important areas for research require a large investment of time and money, such as labor-intensive processes. It could save a lot of money if they could transfer their laboratory findings into the manufacturing processes outlined above.

Manufacturing costs and throughput are closely linked. Labor and venue rental costs can be reduced by increasing productivity. Coating, calendaring, and slitting are all roll-to-roll manufacturing processes that allow a throughput of 35 meters per minute or more. However, vacuum drying and formation/ageing take a long time because of the delicate chemical reactions and strict moisture levels required (up to 3 weeks).

Control Inc.’s industrial pilot-scale manufacturing facility, they calculated the energy needed to make a 32 Ah lithium manganese oxide (LMO)/graphite cell. That drying and solvent recovery processes use the most energy (approximately 47 % of total energy). This is due to the long heating and cooling periods that occur during these processes. Another component that consumes a lot of energy is the dry room, which accounted for 29% of the total due to the low moisture requirements imposed by the cell assembly processes.  They could diminish the LIBs’ (LiFePo4 Battery) beneficial effect on the environment if the energy-intensive processes used to carry them out result in significant emissions of glasshouse gases. The solvent should be minimized or eliminated in the battery manufacturing process. Maintaining low moisture levels and saving energy are essential in dry rooms, so improving production efficiency is essential.

Conclusion Manufacturing costs and throughput are closely linked. Drying, forming cells, and ageing all added up to 48% of the manufacturing cost of LiFePo4 Battery. The drying and solvent recovery processes use the most energy (approximately 47% of total energy) This is due to the long heating and cooling periods that occur during these processes. Maintaining low moisture levels and saving energy are essential in dry rooms, s