KIJO Group
A Professional Rechargeable Storage Battery Factory

With more than 3,000 employees of which more than 300 are technical engineers, KIJO Group is a china storage battery factory covering an area of more than 500,000,00 Square meters. KIJO battery has passed ISO9001, ISO14001 ISO16949 system certifications and its products comply with international certifications such as IEC, UL, CE, FCC, C-TicK, PSE, RoHS, etc.


KIJO Group is a professional power battery factory in China, which is committed to offering better battery solutions to clients all over the world.

Interested in Battery Technologies
There are several types of rechargeable storage battery technologies available including standard flooded, absorbent glass mat (AGM), etc. How batteries are used and how power systems work influence what battery technology is best for you.
FIND OUT THE LATEST INNOVATION ON BATTERIES AT KIJO GROUP
We are an excellent storage battery supplier & company, and provide quality batteries for you at competitive prices.
  • KIJO Group shines in Intersolar Europe 2024 with its hard-core strength
    As the world's largest energy exhibition, it has become an important growth pole focusing on the European market. KIJO Group brought a full range of innovative energy storage products to Europe, talked about energy storage trends with global customers, and helped the world's green development!
  • KIJO Group shines at 2024 Shanghai Photovoltaic Exhibition (SNEC)
    On June 15, the industry's largest photovoltaic exhibition, the "barometer" and weather vane of the global photovoltaic industry - the 17th SNEC International Solar Photovoltaic and Smart Energy (Shanghai) Conference and Exhibition, came to a perfect conclusion at the Shanghai New International Expo Center...
  • KIJO's First Day in Shanghai SNEC (2024) PV POWER EXPO
    The 17th SNEC (2024) International Solar Photovoltaic and Smart Energy (Shanghai) Conference and Exhibition was grandly held at the Shanghai International Convention and Exhibition Center on June 13, 2024 (today).
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