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Chemical Industry Weekly Innovation Round-up, Jan 13

1:56 AM MST | January 16, 2012 | Alex Scott

This past week has seen a raft of alternative energy technology developments in both the battery and fuel cell fields.  BASF made another step forward in its quest to be the pre-eminent developer and producer of battery materials with the acquisition of a stake in lithium-sulfur battery developer Scion Power (Tucson, AZ). The move builds on BASF's disclosure in November that the group would be spending $133 million in battery technology during the next five years, including R&D and production of batteries. Batteries for electric cars are a particular...

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