Ilika, Johnson Matthey to team up on Li-S battery

By Myles McCormick
Published: Wednesday, 17 August 2016

The three-year project aims to overcome some of the existing issues in the development of lithium-sulphur batteries that have so far prevented their commercialisation, despite the technology being slated as the successor to lithium-ion due to its superior energy density.

UK-based materials developer Ilika Plc will work with battery producer Johnson Matthey Plc to develop protected anodes for lithium sulphur batteries.

The three-year venture will seek to develop protected lithium anodes, which should lead to enhanced cell performance through the overcoming...

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