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Phase 2 of Lithium Sulfur Military Battery Project a Huge Success

The next generation battery technology company, OXIS Energy Ltd has delivered the second phase of a research programme that it’s working on in collaboration with Lincad Ltd to improve its Lithium Sulfur batteries. The project is part of a wider Dstl (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory) research programme which is looking to develop significantly lighter and safer batteries for UKarmed forces.

Dstl has divided the OXIS part of the research programme into three parts. Phase one demonstrated the cells and their chemistry and was successfully completed last year. Phase two was to improve the cells and integrate them into two reduced functionali ty concept batteries

i.e. same size and shape as inservice batteries which OXIS has now successfully completed and delivered to Lincad Ltd.

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