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Oxis Energy and GP Batteries to commercialize breakthrough Li-S battery systems

2:15 AM MST | January 30, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

Oxis Energy (Abingdon, UK) and GP Batteries International (Singapore) today announced a joint manufacturing agreement to accelerate the commercialization of Oxis’s proprietary lithium sulfur (Li-S) battery systems for use in different energy sectors.   GP Batteries (Hong Kong) is a major manufacturer of primary and rechargeable batteries with more than a dozen manufacturing plants in China, Taiwan, and Malaysia. Oxis says it will benefit from the GP Batteries' worldwide presence in developing sales of its Li-S polymer battery systems into the defence...

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