OXIS Energy Advances its Lithium Sulfur (Li-S) Cell Technology to 400Wh/kg

OXFORD, England --- OXIS Energy Ltd of the UK has successfully tested at over 400Wh/kg its Li-S development cell. This significant advancement comes as a result of the OXIS scientific team's work on increasing gravimetric energy density of its new ultra-light cell chemistry which it has been focused on since 2013.

The latest achievement is due directly to OXIS's collaboration with those European chemical corporations specializing in state of the art battery materials, such as conductive carbons, polymer binders and electrolyte additives. The Joint Development Agreements entered into with these companies has allowed OXIS to advance the energy density through the creation of new Li-S material formulations.

In addition, it's fair to say, this latest achievement also reflects the valuable contribution that OXIS's collaboration with world class European manufacturers has garnered.

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