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09 04 2018 03

A new project, headed by battery experts Oxis Energy, is developing Lithium-Sulfur battery for the use in electric utility vehicles. The project, called LiSFAB, will mainly benefit trucks and bus technology.

LiSFAB stands for Lithium Sulfur Future Automotive Battery, as the project is focusing on the research behind and development of the batteries. The 7 million pound project is funded by the UK government, and the aspired outcome of the project will hopefully be Lithium-sulfur cells with an energy density of 400 Wh/kg and a practical lifespan.

The milestones of the project encompass four major aspects of the battery development: The cell performance, cell characteristics, manufacturing capabilities and the module development. To achieve these goals, Oxis is working together with partners including the University College London, William Blythe, Ceetak, BPE, Cranfield University, and Williams Advanced Engineering.

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