Products And Services

According to our mission, MEEDCO is expertized in Electrification and Energy Storage. At the moment, we concentrate on Energy Storage part and especially advanced li-ion batteries.

Advanced Lithium-ion Batteries

Without doubt, specifications of MEEDCO's cells go hand in hand with the latest technology available in li-ion batteries industry. We claim that design of our cells are among top ranked cells in terms of cathode chemistry, shape and proportionate dimensions.


To find out what is cathode composition or what are different shapes of cells please click here to visit our Knowledge Center.


Our cells comply with latest trends in the world for cathode active materials as well as the shape. in order to discover MEEDCO's cell, please download our cells catalog.

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Electrification addresses the process of replacing technologies that use fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas) with technologies that use electricity as a source of energy. Based on the resources used to generate electricity, electrification can potentially reduce carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions from the transportation, building, and industrial sectors, which account for almost two third of greenhouse gas emissions. Addressing emissions from these sectors is vital to decarbonizing the economy and, ultimately, alleviating the impacts of climate change.

If policymakers seek to decarbonize the transportation, building, and industrial sectors, replacing fossil fuels with electricity may also be one of the only technologically viable options. Several methods are available for decarbonizing the electricity sector, but other sectors have far fewer options available for significantly reducing emissions aside from electrification. For example, many alternative transportation fuels (such as biodiesel and ethanol) are cleaner than gasoline, but they still emit carbon dioxide and other conventional air pollutants when burned. Hydrogen, another alternative fuel, does not produce emissions but is very expensive and requires electricity to make. Transitioning to electric technologies, which emit no emissions at the point of use, would transfer most emissions to the power sector. This would allow policymakers to focus on decarbonizing the electrical grid to reduce emissions, rather than focusing on myriad pathways like vehicle fuel efficiency requirements. Focusing on electrical grid decarbonization may be far more feasible than attempting to decarbonize each sector separately.

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Energy Storage

Energy Storage Systems are the set of methods and technologies used to store energy. The stored energy can be drawn upon at a later time to perform useful operation.

For instance, many renewable energy sources (such as wind and solar energy) as well as other sources of energy are intermittent. Sometimes the use of renewable energy is not direct when the energy is available, but at other times. Then we need energy storage so that energy can be used when needed.

There are various methods and technologies to store various forms of energy. The choice of energy storage technology is typically dictated by application, economics, integration within the system, and the availability of resources.

Energy storage systems are also involved in converting energy from forms that are difficult to store to forms that are more convenient or economical.

MEEDCO provides the automotive and power generation industries with science and engineering expertise to research, develop and evaluate batteries, battery cells and battery packs used in electric vehicles (EV) and grid storage applications.

Please Contact Us to find out different types of cooperation.

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Our laboratory is developed based on 10 most advanced ones in the world and is capable of carrying out all related experiments in this field.

Not only does it fulfill all our R&D requirements, but it also can serve other clients outside the company who are looking for the same services.


The following standards can be passed in our laboratory

UL 1642, UL 2054, IEC 60086-1-4, IEC 62133, UN (38.3 T1-T8), IEEE 1625, IEEE1725, IEC 61851, IEC 61951, IEC 61960, IEC 62196, UL 2202, UL2231, UL2251, etc.


In addition, the following tests can be done here:

  • Battery safety tests
  • Battery performance tests
  • Various material characterization tests
  • Several material syntheses tests
  • Etc.
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