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Johnson Matthey obtains licence from CAMX Power LLC

Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Johnson Matthey and CAMX Power LLC report that Johnson Matthey has been granted a licence under the intellectual property of CAMX relating to the CAM-7 platform of nickel based cathode materials for use in lithium-ion batteries.

The CAM-7 platform covers a range of patented, nickel rich cathode materials.

“This licence is another important step in our Battery Technologies strategy where we are building a broad portfolio of battery materials aimed at satisfying the most demanding performance requirements,” said Martin Green, Director of Johnson Matthey’s Battery Technologies business. “With CAM-7, CAMX Power has built a strong global IP position. Access to this will enable Johnson Matthey to accelerate its entry into the nickel rich cathode material sector of the automotive market. The CAM-7 platform is highly complementary to our existing R&D programmes and we are excited by the prospects that it offers.”

“We are pleased to announce this agreement with Johnson Matthey, a company with both strong expertise in scaling-up the manufacture of advanced materials and specialised understanding of the automotive industry and its quality systems. With the addition of our CAM-7 platform to its portfolio Johnson Matthey is well positioned to meet the increasing demand for nickel rich cathode materials," said Dr. Kenan Sahin, Founder and CEO of CAMX. “And the contemplated collaboration under the licence agreement, between CAMX’s technical staff and Johnson Matthey’s experienced teams, to advance the CAM-7 platform will ensure the sustained excellence of the product.”

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