Honda Motor Co said on Thursday that Chinese battery huge CATL would offer batteries for 7 decades for its electric vehicles (EV) in China.

The Japanese automaker said the Chinese company would give 123 GWh really worth of batteries starting in 2024 by 2030 for the Honda’s e:N Sequence.

The announcement is part of the two companies’ deepening cooperation. They claimed in 2020 they would produce battery technologies and analysis a battery recycling business enterprise.

Honda claimed at that time it would launch its first EV with a CATL battery in China in 2022 and would grow the partnership with secure EV battery offer globally in the upcoming.

The automaker is trying to get to expand its presence in the quickly-growing, battery-pushed vehicle segment in China, the world’s biggest vehicle market.

It unveiled the second design of its new China-only EV lineup in November as part of its energy to roll out the e:N Collection.

For the United States, Honda stated in August it would construct a new $4.4 billion lithium-ion battery plant there with South Korean battery provider LG Power Remedy Ltd.