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Shell completes purchase of MIDEL and MIVOLT fluids and appoints Richard New as Managing Director

Shell completes purchase of MIDEL and MIVOLT fluids and appoints Richard New as Managing Director

MIDEL and MIVOLT are now owned by M&I Materials Development Ltd, which is fully owned and operated by Shell and is a member of the Shell Group, with Richard New appointed as its Managing Director.

Matthew Connaughton 18th January 2024
UniBo Motorsport and MIVOLT to collaborate on liquid-cooled e-racing battery system

UniBo Motorsport and MIVOLT to collaborate on liquid-cooled e-racing battery system

UniBo Motorsport, the student race team at The University of Bologna are collaborating with MIVOLT on the battery for their next generation racing cars.

The tie-in will see Applications Engineers and Scientists from M&I Materials Ltd., manufacturer of MIVOLT immersion cooling liquids, support the UniBo team as it develops a new liquid-cooled battery system for their all-electric racing car.

Matthew Connaughton 23rd June 2023
Project  i-CoBat wins The Engineer’s Collaborate to Innovate Automotive Award

Project i-CoBat wins The Engineer’s Collaborate to Innovate Automotive Award

The project, led by M&I Materials, is a consortium involving battery systems developer Ricardo and Warwick Manufacturing Group, part of Warwick University which works to commercially and technically validate new technologies for industry.

Matthew Connaughton 2nd February 2021
Innovate UK’s new electric urban air propulsion project to develop immersion cooled technology with MIVOLT fluids

Innovate UK’s new electric urban air propulsion project to develop immersion cooled technology with MIVOLT fluids

(Manchester, January 2021) Immersion Cooling fluids brand MIVOLT has been specified on a new...

Matthew Connaughton 28th January 2021
Going Further: Submerged EV Battery Cooling Unveiled

Going Further: Submerged EV Battery Cooling Unveiled

Faraday Future and MIVOLT are proud to announce ‘Going Further’; a live, joint webcast taking an in-depth look at EV battery technology using submerged cooling.

This 45-minute technology briefing will explain the benefits of the FF submerged cooling system using MIVOLT fluids as a dielectric coolant. Our experts will also be on hand to field your questions about this innovative technology.

Matthew Connaughton 4th November 2020
MIVOLT Webinar: Switch on, Cool off - Increase your Hash Rate

MIVOLT Webinar: Switch on, Cool off - Increase your Hash Rate

When it comes to Blockchain Mining, the competition is heating up. Miners across the…

Matthew Connaughton 18th June 2020
MIVOLT partners with Green Valley Power (Liquid Lab, USA)

MIVOLT partners with Green Valley Power (Liquid Lab, USA)

MIVOLT partners with Green Valley Power (Liquid Lab, USA) to deliver Liquid Immersion Cooling…

Matthew Connaughton 18th May 2020
Taking the heat out of data centres

Taking the heat out of data centres

In response to rising data centre usage and power demand, MIVOLT has launched two…

Matthew Connaughton 15th May 2020
Charging ahead

Charging ahead

In the immediate aftermath of the government’s announcement that its ban on new petrol,...

Matthew Connaughton 9th March 2020
Keeping EV batteries happy: A liquid solution

Keeping EV batteries happy: A liquid solution

By 2040 the World Economic Forum expects the number of cars on the road...

Matthew Connaughton 22nd October 2019
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