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Clarke buys Ebonex for a song — but why?

Tue, 04/25/2017 - 09:10 -- Xuan Zhong
Clarke buys Ebonex for a song — but why?

Steve Clarke, founder of Aquametals, didn’t buy his father’s old company, Ebonex, out of sentimentality last week.

Aquametals, the recent start up in non-conventional lead-acid battery recycling, acquired UK-based Ebonex IPR Limited for 123,776 shares of Aquametals common stock and $100,000 in cash — or a “song”*, Clarke told BBB.

 

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Atraverda is back with uprated bipolar battery

Fri, 12/13/2013 - 10:40 -- Ruth Williams
Bipolar batteries also use the entire surface area between each cell to transfer current and cause less stress, improving lifetime and performance.

British bipolar battery maker Atraverda is launching a new 24V lead-acid battery in the second quarter of 2014.

The new battery is an uprated version of its first 24V, 15Ah bipolar battery, hundreds of which have been trialled, mostly for electric wheelchairs and golf carts. Following feedback from its clients wanting a product with higher volumetric energy density, Atraverda is to launch a 24V, 18Ah battery by summer 2014.

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