AEA wins £47m MoD cell contract

Wilson, Richard
April 2002
Electronics Weekly;04/03/2002, Issue 2046, p10
Trade Publication
Reports the contract between the Ministry of Defense of Great Britain and AEA Technology. Overview of the terms of agreement; Significance of the contract to the company; Features and capabilities of the lithium-ion Kaizen battery cells.


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