"Dalian made" lithium-sulfur battery will "fly into" stratosphere
Recently, the lithium-sulfur battery jointly researched and developed by Zhongkepaisi Energy Technology Co., Ltd. and Dalian Chemical Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences has received extensive media attention. On February 13, 2018, the Dalian Economic News Channel's "Dalian Economic Report" program gave a detailed report on lithium-sulfur batteries produced by Sinopec.
Lithium-sulfur batteries are considered as the high-energy-ratio secondary batteries with abundant raw material reserves, low pollution, and low cost. The lithium-sulfur battery jointly researched and developed by the Dalian Chemical Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Zhongke Paisi Energy Technology Co., Ltd. is currently equipped on a solar drone and is expected to enter the atmospheric stratosphere for trial flight tests this year.
Zhongkepaisi Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Zhongkepaisi") was established on August 25, 2016 in Dalian Economic and Technological Development Zone with a registered capital of 105 million RMB.
With the advantage of Lithium-sulfur battery technology of the Dalian Chemical Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Zhongkepaisi combines the superior capabilities of the Energas Group in capital, engineering and marketing development to complement each other's strengths and commit itself to develop, produce and apply the lithium-sulfur batteries. And the application has become the leading lithium-sulfur battery industrialization base of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. It is the first company in China that specializes in the production and sale of lithium-sulfur batteries.
Currently, Zhongkepaisi has built a modern production workshop with more than 6,700 square and designed annual production capacity of 3 million ampere-hours. It is expected that lithium-sulfur batteries will be installed on new energy vehicles in the coming years, and can effectively contribute to China's energy transformation.