Sion Power announces $50 million equity investment by BASF
January 12, 2012
Sion Power announces $50 million equity investment by BASF.
Sion Power Receives ARPA-E Grant
April 30, 2010
Sion Power Corporation has recieved a three-year research grant worth up to $5 million from the United States Department of Energy Advanced Research Projects Agency (Energy).
Sion Power Receives DOE Grant to Enhnace Lithium Sulfur Batteries
November 11, 2009
Sion Power has received a three-year, $800,000, research grant from the United States Department of Energy (DOE). The monies are being used to support Sion's ongoing work to develop a new class of electrolytes used in lithium sulfur (Li-S) batteries for electric vehicle applications.
BASF and Sion Power collaborate on New Battery Technology
May 21, 2009
The Sion Power/BASF collaboration targets the development of battery materials to improve Li-S battery lifeand to increase the energy density and thus extend driving range of future EVs beyond what is currently available...
Sion Power's new Li-S technology powers global defense company QinetiQ (HALE) High Altitude Long Endurance UAV.
November 21, 2006
HALE UAV's are designed to fly at altitudes exceeding 50,000 feet. SION's high energy lithium sulfer battery packs are a critical part of this system design.
Sion Power presents Li-S technology at Intel Developer Forum Asia
April 7 and 10, 2006
Sion Power was requested by Intel to present the status of its new rechargeable battery technology at the IDF meetings in Tokyo and Taipei.
Sion Power demonstrates it Li-S high energy batteries at Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
March 7, 2006
Sion Power was invited by Intel to demonstrate the capabilities of Li-S batteries at its IDF meeting. SION‚s Li-S batteries were made into conformal battery packs and powered a Dell notebook pc during the entire exhibit portion of the meeting.
Sion Power‚s Li-S batteries power a UAS for 60 minutes in a historic autonomous flight.
February 14, 2006
In conjunction with Continental Controls, SION Power‚s Li-S battery pack powered a UAV for over 60 minutes of flight. The flight was terminated early due to a software malfunction.
Sion Power awarded a NASA Phase I SBIR grant.
January 19, 2006
Sion Power received a Phase I SBIR grant to further develop its Li-S high- energy battery technology for space applications.