Lithium-Sulfur Battery Pioneer Finds Buyer

The high-energy density of lithium-sulfur batteries could be an enabler for larger electric aircraft such as Bye’s eFlyer 800.
Credit: Bye Aerospace
With electric aircraft developers continuously seeking better batteries, the assets of a UK developer of high energy-density lithium-sulfur cells have been acquired by Johnson Matthey, a British multinational focused on sustainable technologies. But the buyer’s initial focus appears to be hydrogen...

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