October 2014 archive

Lithium-Sulfur – Next Generation Battery Technology

OXIS Energy is the world leader in the development of Lithium-Sulfur cell technology. OXIS high-energy, rechargeable Lithium-Sulfur (Li-S) batteries are the next generation in energy storage devices for electric vehicles, renewable energy storage and defence applications. This game changing chemistry has a theoretical energy density five times that of Li-Ion technologies and commercial-size pouch cells …

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Non-aqueous sodium–ion batteries…A low-cost future

The talk will cover a short introduction to the unusual history of Faradion; its current state of corporate and technical development and its plans for the future. The talk will provide an introduction to the current status of sodium-ion technology both in Faradion and elsewhere; the potential markets for the technology and the opportunities for …

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Public talk: Emerging Battery Technologies

The Danish Battery Society will host a public talk with IDA E and IDA Elteknik on Monday the 17st of November from 3pm to 6.30pm IDA Meeting Center, Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, 1780 Copenhagen This afternoon seminar will focus on two emerging battery technologies that are in the crucial phase just before a commercial breakthrough: Na-ion and Li-sulphur …

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