AIS-156 Amendment 3 Phase 2 certification for Greenfuel Li-ion batteries
5 July, New Delhi, India: Greenfuel Energy Solutions, India’s leading provider of clean mobility solutions, has received AIS 156 (Amendment 3 Phase 2) certification for its premium lithium-ion battery range. The ICAT certification attests to the batteries’ compliance with the most recent quality, safety, and reliability standards. Greefuel batteries offer long-lasting, dependable performance and are available in the lithium-ion chemistries LFP (Lithium iron Phosphate) and NMC (Nickel Metal Chloride) (Nickel Manganese Cobalt).
Greenfuel batteries have always met the highest safety standards. Greefuel demonstrates its commitment to providing high-quality, dependable battery solutions for both two and three-wheelers by adhering to the AIS 156 standards.
The certification ensures that all Greefuel batteries meet International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards and are safe and efficient. This gives customers confidence that their batteries will meet their needs and perform as expected.
Commenting on the development, Akshay Kashyap, MD, Greenfuel Energy Solutions, said, “We are excited to announce that Greenfuel’s Li-ion batteries are now certified by AIS 156 Amendment 3 Phase 2. This certification demonstrates our commitment to safety and quality and confirms that our batteries are the best in the industry. Our lithium-ion batteries are manufactured with the highest quality materials and are rigorously tested to meet all national and international requirements. We are confident that our customers will be delighted with the performance and reliability of our certified batteries.”
Greenfuel batteries have also been internationally certified to UL 1642, the UL standard for lithium battery safety, and UN 38.3. The company’s BMS (Battery Management Systems) is AIS004-licensed, ensuring that all necessary safeguards against overcurrent, over-discharge, overvoltage, short circuit, and over temperature are present in its BMS.
Speaking on receiving the ICAT certification, Ashok Chaudhary, President of, the Greenfuel Battery & Gas fuel division, said, “Greenfuel’s compliance with the latest AIS-156 Amendment 3 Phase 2 is a crucial step towards ensuring the safety and reliability of our EV batteries. Greenfuel understands the importance of reliable, high-performance batteries, so we strive to provide the most advanced, clean mobility solutions available on the market.”
Greenfuel is now a Tier 1 supplier to all major automotive OEMs. The company’s lithium-ion batteries have traveled over 40 million kilometers, demonstrating its commitment to a sustainable and green future. Greenfuel is currently working on embedding pre-alerts in its batteries in order to notify customers of any abnormal behavior and avoid safety issues.
Greenfuel began its journey as a manufacturer of components and system solutions provider for Alternative Gas Fuel Systems to the automotive industry in India in October 2006, with the goal of accelerating the transition to a green and sustainable future. Greenfuel’s growth is driven by technological advancement; the company has six patents to its name, as well as several other certifications and recognitions.