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Romeo Power Announces Delivery of First Production Pedigree Packs to Key Customer

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Romeo Power, Inc. (“Romeo Power” or the “Company”) (NYSE: RMO), an energy technology leader providing advanced electrification solutions for complex commercial vehicle applications, today announced that it has started shipping the first production pedigree packs to a key customer that manufactures all-electric heavy-duty vehicles.

This successful production launch is the culmination of a custom pack development program utilizing Romeo’s off-the-shelf modules and battery management system. The 80 kWh packs were prototyped and manufactured at Romeo’s 112,000 square foot factory in Vernon, California.

“Romeo has just reached an important milestone, not just for ourselves, but for zero-emissions commercial transportation as a whole. Our energy-dense batteries are now powering all-electric heavy-duty vehicles that must travel up to 350 miles on a single charge,” said Susan Brennan, CEO of Romeo. “It’s exciting to see our battery technology enabling this important step in electrification.”

Romeo will continue to increase production capacity for this customer and others at its new Cypress plant. Production is expected to begin at the new plant later this year, and the transition from Vernon to Cypress is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2022.

About Romeo Power, Inc.

Founded in 2016 and based in Los Angeles, California, Romeo Power (NYSE: RMO) is an energy technology leader providing advanced electrification solutions for complex commercial vehicle applications. The company’s suite of advanced battery electric products, combined with its innovative battery management system, provides the safety, performance, reliability and configurability its customers need to succeed. To follow all of Romeo Power, please follow the company on social media @romeopowerinc or visit

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