With support from Ministry of Energy and PTT group in Thailand, Centre of Excellence for Energy Storage Technology (CEST), https://www.cestvistec.com/, 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, https://www.vis123d.com/, produced by VISTEC’s spinoff company.
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