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Centre of Excellence in Energy Storage Technology (CEST)
Published in Chemistry

With support from Ministry of Energy and PTT group in Thailand, Centre of Excellence for Energy Storage Technology (CEST),,  has been established to do fundamental researches and produce innovative energy storage technologies for many green and sustainable applications such as short-range mobilities (eScooter, eBicycle, eMotobike, and eTukTuk) and long-range electric vehicles (EVs). CEST has launched the first battery and supercapacitor products with the trademark namely VIS123D,, produced by VISTEC’s spinoff company.

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