Tag: OXIS Energy

Jul 23, 2020 - 05:31 pm

Oxis & Texas Aircraft working on electric aeroplane in Brazil

Lithium-sulfur battery specialist Oxis Energy has announced the development of an electric aircraft equipped with Oxis cells for training flights together with Texas Aircraft Manufacturing. For the British company, this is their second cooperation in the aviation sector.

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Jun 12, 2019 - 04:31 pm

Oxis prepares for serial production of Li-S batteries

The lithium-sulfur battery specialist Oxis Energy has announced plans to build the first production plant for the manufacture of electrolyte and cathode material specifically for the mass production of lithium-sulfur cells in Port Talbot in Wales.

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Feb 12, 2019 - 05:20 pm

Oxis Energy releases details re: Brazilian Li-S cell manufacture

Lithium-sulphur battery specialist Oxis Energy, which has recently announced a number of new investors, is now announcing the construction of the world’s first manufacturing facility for the mass production of Li-S cells. This is to be built in the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte.

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Feb 3, 2019 - 06:09 pm

Li-S battery specialist Oxis finds new investors

The lithium-sulfur battery specialist Oxis Energy announced a number of new investors. These include the technology group Safran, with which Oxis has also signed an agreement to develop battery systems for commercial aircraft.

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Oct 5, 2018 - 05:07 pm

Oxis Energy improves Li-S Battery energy density

The British company Oxis Energy has announced that they have improved the energy density of their lithium sulfur battery cells for use in electric aircraft to 425 Wh/kg. By the end of 2019, the manufacturer intends to increase this number to 500 Wh/kg with the help of selected partners.

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May 23, 2018 - 04:49 pm

Oxis Energy begins cell production in Brazil

The British battery specialist OXIS Energy is in the process of opening a manufacturing facility in the Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. OCIS is aiming to produce batteries for electric buses and planes with their lithium-sulfur technology.

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Jun 9, 2016 - 07:53 am

Tesla, Samsung, RDM Group, OXIS Energy, Nano One Materials.

Tesla exclusive: Elon Musk confirms Panasonic as sole supplier for the cells in the Model S, X, and 3 power packs. Media reports had purported otherwise as the EV maker had ordered cells from Samsung. The latter are most likely destined for the stationery Tesla batteries instead.
twitter.com, insideevs.com, electrek.co

RDM-Pod-ZeroAutonomous electric shuttle: Coventry-based RDM Group presents its self-driving EV that carries up to 8 passengers at 15 mph. The firm claims it has had “massive interest” potentially worth 15m GBP for its pod that may eventually serve at airports or university campuses.
bbc.com, cheapfleet.co.uk

Li-S batteries for scooters: British OXIS Energy partners with Lithium Balance to bring its prototype Lithium-sulfur battery system for electric scooters to China. The current power pack holds 1.2 kWh and is to improve in terms of chemistry and costs in the second half of this year.
greencarcongress.com, prnewswire.com

Li-ion battery pilot plant: Nano One Materials from Canada is on track to open a pilot factory at the beginning of next year, where it will simulate full scale production of various lithium-ion cathode materials.
globenewswire.com

Sep 23, 2015 - 07:49 am

BASF, OXIS Energy, nanosheets.

Fitted for EVs: BASF expands its range of engineering plastics for hybrid and electric vehicles. The new Ultramid and Ultradur materials are bound to hug high-voltage connectors tight, thus saving manufacturers weight and installation space.
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Super-chilled Li-S battery: Hyperdrive Innovation and Li-sulphur battery developer OXIS Energy are exploring the feasibility of an Ultra-Low Temperature Battery (ULTB), capable of operating in the Antarctic. The project is supported by Innovate UK.
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Hybrid cellular nanosheets: South Korean researchers found a way to produce carbon-based hybrid cellular nanosheets, made up of close-packed cubic cavity cells divided by carbon walls. These could be an effective solution to shortcomings of anode materials, as they exhibit high electrochemical performance in many key aspects of the LIB anode.
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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2020/07/23/oxis-texas-aircraft-working-on-electric-airplane-in-brazil/
23.07.2020 17:17