Romeo Power, Paccar announce battery agreement

By Mike Brezonick09 April 2021

Romeo Power, Inc., the Los Angeles-based supplier of electrification systems and technologies said it has entered into a supply agreement to provide battery packs, modules and battery management systems (BMS) for Paccar’s battery electric vehicles (BEVs). No financial details were provided.

Peterbilt Model 520 EV Romeo Power has announced a supply agreement through which it will supply battery technology for Peterbilt’s electric vechicles, including the Model 520EV.

Under the agreement, Romeo Power will be a battery supplier for Peterbilt 579 and 520 BEVs in the United States and Canada through 2025. The start of production is anticipated to begin after 2021.

“Romeo Power is very pleased to extend its relationship with Paccar through our new long-term supply agreement,” said Lionel Selwood, Jr., CEO of Romeo Power. “Paccar will continue to be a great partner for Romeo Power as we work to achieve our shared goals of reducing emissions with safe, energy efficient technology solutions. We look forward to continuing to collaborate with Paccar to deliver leading-edge energy technology solutions that provide our customers with the extended range, safety and reliability they need to succeed.”

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