Bye Aerospace and Oxis Energy have developed a 12-month research program aimed at increasing the flight time of Bye electric aircraft from a single battery charge by 50-100%. Oxis has developed lithium-sulfur (Li-S) battery technology to benefit aviation markets, the company said, explaining: “Compared to existing Li-ion battery system technology, the high gravimetric energy density of the Oxis technology—in excess of 500 Wh/kg at 20-Ah capacity—offers a two-fold reduction ...


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