LiS battery test centre is ‘first of its kind’ in Europe
OXIS Energy has set up an International Lithium Sulphur battery system test centre in Abingdon. Said to be the first of its kind in Europe, the facility will enable OXIS to further its development of LiS chemistry and technology.
The test centre, which will enable OXIS to develop new processes for the use of rechargeable LiS battery systems, will also be available to OXIS’ customers. Meanwhile, the company will continue to work with its test partner the University of South Wales.
OXIS’ CEO Huw-Hampson Jones noted: “The test centre will allow OXIS and its partners to develop further its products towards commercialisation and deployment into applications such as aircraft and a range of electric vehicles. The centre will play a key role in maintaining, enhancing and furthering the expertise of OXIS and its personnel, in advancing the widespread adoption of LiS battery technology onto the world platform.”
The centre will house specialist equipment to test cells and battery systems in order to meet international standards and specific industrial sectors regulatory requirements.
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