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Licensees Line up for Lithium Metal Phosphate Technology (update)
10:12 AM MDT | July 5, 2011 | Alex Scott
Süd-Chemie and three organizations owning patents relating to the production of lithium metal phosphate (LMP) and related battery materials have created a company, LiFePO4+C Licensing (Muttenz, Switzerland), to license out the technology. Five companies, including Sony, have agreed sub-licensing deals with the new company. Financial terms have not been disclosed. Lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) also known as LFP, is a novel cathode material with high energy performance and a strong safety profile, which has a potential for use in next-generation...
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