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Sony’s Energy Storage System Acquires World’s First U.S. Safety Standards Accreditation ‘UL Subject 1973’ from UL

Sony today announced that it has acquired ‘UL Subject 1973’ safety standards accreditation in stationary storage batteries from UL (Underwriters Laboratories), an international third-party testing and accreditation institution, for its[...]
Sony’s Energy Storage System Acquires World’s First U.S. Safety Standards Accreditation ‘UL Subject 1973’ from UL
Sony’s Energy Storage System Acquires World’s First U.S. Safety Standards Accreditation ‘UL Subject 1973’ from ULSony’s Energy Storage System Acquires World’s First U.S. Safety Standards Accreditation ‘UL Subject 1973’ from ULSony’s Energy Storage System Acquires World’s First U.S. Safety Standards Accreditation ‘UL Subject 1973’ from ULSony’s Energy Storage System Acquires World’s First U.S. Safety Standards Accreditation ‘UL Subject 1973’ from UL

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Sony to ship 1.2kWh energy storage modules using rechargeable lithium-ion batteries made from olivine-type phosphate

Starting in the end of April 2011, Sony will begin volume shipments of energy storage modules that use rechargeable lithium-ion batteries made with olivine-type lithium-ion iron phosphate as the cathode material. These energy storage m[...]
Sony to ship 1.2kWh energy storage modules using rechargeable lithium-ion batteries made from olivine-type phosphate
Sony to ship 1.2kWh energy storage modules using rechargeable lithium-ion batteries made from olivine-type phosphateSony to ship 1.2kWh energy storage modules using rechargeable lithium-ion batteries made from olivine-type phosphate

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