Bye Aerospace is to work with the UK’s Oxis Energy on development of a high energy-density battery that could power the company’s planned four-seat eFlyer 4 electric aircraft and future larger regional air taxi projects. `The limited energy density of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries is the biggest constraint on the performance of electric aircraft. The companies plan to develop a proof-of-concept lithium-sulfur (Li-S) cell for a high-voltage battery pack that will be ...

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