They are not making a new battery cell technology, but just a new patented liquid (electrically nonconductive) based thermal management technology for battery packs. They don't make their own battery cells, but just pack conventional off-the-shelf 18650 li-ion battery cells into their own battery packs with their own battery management system and their own own patented thermal management technology that keeps a constant cell temperaure ~ 25 °C. All their battery packs are cable of being quick charged 0-80% in 18 minutes and 0-100% in 28 minutes.
They are buling a battery factory which is supposed to be finished in March 2017. But it is only planned to build batteries for 8000 vehicles annually with up to 70 employees, but the capacity can easily be doubled or quadrupled according to the article. But that's still not numbers that will change much and and the article doesn't say that they are going into licensed mass production, but just says that they are don't want to go into mass production themselves, so if any car manufacturer is interested in that they have to license the technology and start their own mass production.
ACTIVE THERMAL MANAGEMENT
Kreisel Electric battery cells feature a patented casing that is constantly flushed with liquid. This means that combined with a heat pump, the battery can be heated or cooled very efficiently. This significantly increases range and service life as a result.