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Battery firm Oxis opens testing center

by Michael McCoy
July 10, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 28

Credit: Oxis Energy
Oxis will further develop its Li-S batteries at the new test center.

Oxis Energy has opened a test center in Abingdon, England, where it will develop its lithium-sulfur battery chemistry and technology. Most portable electronics and electric cars run on lithium-ion batteries, but Oxis says its rechargeable Li-S batteries offer higher theoretical specific energy and improved safety in applications including aviation and electric vehicles.

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