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New corporate slogan marks lead battery firm GS Yuasa’s move into lithium-ion

Fri, 10/11/2019 - 10:53 -- Paul Crompton

Lead-acid battery maker GS Yuasa is redefining its brand by establishing a new corporate slogan, “Creating the Future of Energy”, to signal a change in its business model that incorporates lithium-ion. 

The slogan will be used in branding throughout the global GS Yuasa Group and comes ahead of the opening of a €3.5 million ($4.2million) lithium battery manufacturing plant in Hungary for the automotive sector.

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Pivotal buys bi-polar technology with goal of making cheaper lead-acid batteries

Thu, 10/10/2019 - 15:30 -- Paul Crompton

US battery firm Pivotal Battery has bought proprietary bipolar plate technology from Integral Technologies as it looks to develop cheaper and lighter lead-acid batteries.

The firm has completed the acquisition of two bipolar plate pending patents and all of Integral’s prototypes, trade secrets, and know-how related to the bipolar plate technology.

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Veteran joins UET to push flow battery sales beyond GW scale

Fri, 07/08/2016 - 12:45 -- Paul Crompton
Veteran joins UET to push flow battery sales beyond GW scale

US vanadium flow battery firm UniEnergy Technologies (UET) has appointed a new senior vice president of global sales as it continues to push the energy storage technology as an alternative to lithium-ion.

Blake Frye will drive global sales of UET’s containerised energy storage solution technology, which already accounts for around 80MWh of deployment.

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Sodium-ion reaches lithium-ion performance with carbonised apple waste

Wed, 03/02/2016 - 14:48 -- Paul Crompton
Sodium-ion reaches lithium-ion performance with carbonised apple waste

German researchers have used apple leftovers as a carbon-based active anode material to create a sodium-ion battery with the performance of lithium-ion.

Researchers Professor Stefano Passerini and Dr. Daniel Buchholz of the Helmholtz Institute Ulm of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology claim apple waste has the right electrochemical properties for use in sodium-ion batteries.

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