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Arkema partners with UK firm to develop technology for next-generation batteries

7:11 AM MST | January 9, 2013 | Sotirios Frantzanas

Arkema and Oxis Energy (Abingdon, UK) say they have signed a joint development agreement to improve the performance of polymer lithium sulfur cells battery technology. Oxis Energy specializes in the design, development, and commercial production of these batteries. Polymer lithium sulfur cells battery technology is considered to be the next generation of battery, complementary to lithium-ion systems, and displays double the energy density as well as reliability and lower manufacturing and operating costs, compared with other batteries currently on the market, the...

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