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G&P Batteries appoints Greg Clementson as managing director

British battery collection and recycling company G&P Batteries has appointed Greg Clementson as managing director.

S&C Electric awarded tender for Australian edge-of-grid energy storage

S&C Electric Company has won a tender from an Australian distribution network firm to install several 25kVA/100kWh 'edge of grid' energy storage units.

Heliocentris secures €1.5m grant for fuel cell development

Germany’s Heliocentris Energy Solutions has a secured €1.5m ($1.9m) grant for the development of a new kind of hydrogen-based fuel cell emergency power supply that does not require highly elaborate hydrogen cylinder logistics.

Manz unveils laser welding technology for lithium-ion battery production

Germany’s Manz has developed a laser welding technique to improve the reliability of welded contacts in lithium-ion battery production.

Ambri reveals next-gen liquid-metal battery chemistry

Ambri is developing a lithium-antimony-lead liquid-metal battery for grid-scale energy storage applications.

Saft chairman John Searle dies

John Searle

John Searle, the British-born battery executive who helped take French battery maker Saft to the stock market, has died suddenly at 60.

Areva and Schneider Electric partner for flow battery storage

Areva's Greenenergy box

France’s nuclear and renewables company Areva and critical power supplier Schneider Electric have teamed up for the development of a flow battery storage solution.

Midtronics expands Chinese headquarters

Midtronics in Shenzhen, China

US battery management and testing company Midtronics has expanded its Chinese headquarters facility in Shenzhen.

Leoch expands South Asian lead-acid operations

Lead-acid batteries

Chinese lead-acid battery maker Leoch International Technology (Leoch) has invested $9m in its Sri Lankan factory in order to expand in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

NTU develops “ultra-fast” charging li-on battery

Nanyang Technological University

Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has developed a lithium-ion battery that can be recharged up to 70% in two minutes.


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