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Battery Power Online Launches Best of Show Awards Honoring New Products, Posters
Battery Power Online is launching a new awards program at the International Battery Seminar in Orlando this spring: a Best of Show awards program comprising honors for both best New Products and Posters.

OLED Display's Impact on Battery Life for Consumer Tech Devices
Overall, there is a shift to OLED displays in devices such as monitors, tablets, laptops, TVs, and smartphones. But currently, OLEDs experience shortcomings in power consumption for displays.


Top-loading, Slim-Line 20mm Coin Cell Holders from Keystone

These Vertical Mount, Coin Cell Holders allow for top entry of 2032, 2025 or two 2016 lithium batteries. These holders (cat. #1074) join Keystone's full line of vertical 20mm coin cell holders.

Designed to retain cells securely under shock and vibration this "Vibra-Fit" holder features a UL 94V-0 rated housing and tin-plated brass contacts providing low contact resistance and simplified THM mounting on PCB's. Its narrow profile feature affords a minimal footprint for high-density PCB packages allowing users to stack two 2016 cells on top of each other to achieve 6 Volts of power or for single cell 3 Volt applications from the same board footprint. Ideal for circuit backup power, it accepts all major manufacturers batteries.

Keystone's extensive line of battery hardware for SMT and THM applications includes clips, holders, retainers and straps in a wide variety of configurations and sizes available through its global distribution network.


FREYR Battery Signs First E-Mobility Offtake Agreement with Impact Clean Power Technology to Supply Up to 14 GWh of LFP Cells
FREYR Battery, a clean, next-generation battery cell production capacity developer, has announced a conditional offtake agreement with Impact Clean Power Technology. Under the terms of the deal, FREYR will supply 10-14 GWh of clean, next-generation battery cells based on the 24M Technologies, Inc. SemiSolidTM platform to Impact from 2025-2030.

Sunlight Group Joins the United Nations Global Compact Initiative
Sunlight Group Energy Storage Systems is honored and proud to announce that it has joined the United Nations Global Compact initiative—a voluntary leadership platform for developing, implementing, and disclosing responsible business practices. Sunlight Group's mission is to pursue knowledge through data and insights and turn this knowledge into innovation, which serves customers and makes life better for everyone. To do so, Sunlight has established operations across 12 countries on three continents.

Enovix Delivers Custom Cells to Inventus Power and U.S. Army
Enovix Corporation announced it has designed, developed, and delivered custom sample cells for use within U.S. Army soldiers' central power source, called the Conformal Wearable Battery. Created by Inventus Power, the CWB integrates into a soldier's vest and powers vital communications and navigation equipment.

Infrared Process Improves EV Battery Quality, Increases Production Rates 80%
Battery manufacturers can produce next-generation Lithium-ion batteries using CIR emitters to dry electrode slurry to supplement convection ovens. Heraeus Noblelight announces field testing with their Carbon Infrared technology. It shows significant quality and productivity improvement for drying electrode slurry, an important processing step during the production of Lithium-ion batteries such as those used in electric vehicles.

Battery Safety Innovation Offers New Opportunities to Improve Safety, Design, and Performance in Lithium-Ion Batteries and BESSs
The innovative pressure relief solution, Dual-Gard, enhances safety, design, and performance in batteries and BESSs by combining pressure equalization with emergency venting in a single, robust, scalable device. Dual-Gard offers double protection against lithium-ion batteries' greatest safety concern: the propagation risk.




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