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Just add water for emergency back up

Just add water for emergency back up

It hardly seems like we’re weeks away from the fourth anniversary of the Fukishima nuclear disaster following the Tsunami in March 2011, but it is far from erased from the Japanese psyche as visitors to the Smart Energy show in Tokyo (incorporating battery Japan) would have noticed.

Imergy to move into lead-acid and Li-ion market

Imergy to move into lead-acid and Li-ion market

California-based Imergy has announced its intention to muscle in on the lead-acid and lithium-ion Energy Storage System (ESS) sector with its latest product.

NATEL moving into lithium-ion battery market

Jonathan D. Davis, Vice President of Corporate Development at NATEl

American electronics manufacturer NATEL EMS is moving into the battery business after creating a new facility to handle lithium-ion module manufacturing in Chatsworth, California.

BASF and Toda Kogyo form new Li-ion firm in Japan

(Left) Dr. Joerg Christian Steck, Representative Director & President of BASF Japan, (Right) Mr. Shigeru Takaragi, President, TODA KOGYO CORP.

Chemical companies BASF and Toda Kogyo have teamed up to launch a joint venture firm based in Japan to manufacture cathode active materials (CAM) for use in lithium-ion batteries.

CTEK and WiTricity unite to revolutionise EV charging

CTEK and WiTricity unite to revolutionise EV charging

The revolution in Electric Vehicle charging is step closer this week after wireless power transfer company WiTricity signed a technology and patent license agreement with CTEK Corporation.

British NA-ion start up Faradion gets funding boost

Faradion CEO Lawrence Berns

British start-up Faradion has almost £2m to develop sodium-ion batteries following further funding from investors Finance Yorkshire, Rising Stars Growth Fund and Haldor Topsoe.

India unveils lithium subsidies to compete with lead-acid batteries

India unveils lithium subsidies to compete with lead-acid batteries

The Indian government is planning a subsidy of Rs 32,000 (US$514) on all lithium battery kits to promote electric bike use and cut down vehicular pollution, reports The Indian Express.

Samsung SDI buys Magna Steyr Li-ion battery pack business

Samsung SDI buys Magna Steyr Li-ion battery pack business

Lithium-ion battery company Samsung SDI Co. Ltd., has bought Magna Steyr’s battery pack business for an undisclosed fee.

S&C Electric Company in senior post shuffle

Andrew Jones, Senior Vice President of International Business at S&C

US based smart grid and ESS firm S&C Electric Company has appointed Andrew Jones as Senior Vice President of International Business.

Li-ion and Pb-A separator firm Polypore in $3.2b sell off

Li-ion and Pb-A separator firm Polypore in $3.2b sell off

Lithium-ion and lead-acid battery separator firm Polypore International has been sold for around $3.2billion in two separate deals.

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