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Welcome to GS Yuasa Lithium Power. GYLP delivers advanced batteries and battery systems for North American clients within the Aerospace, Industrial, Military and Specialty markets. Backed by decades of research and development, and field proven experience, GYLP cells and battery systems are used to power the most advanced and demanding solutions.

At GYLP we use our expertise in lithium ion cells, electronics, mechanical engineering, prototyping and testing to collaboratively work with our customers to develop battery solutions that meet the most rigorous standards for performance, reliability and safety.

We are as proud of our rich heritage and superior performance as we are of our dedicated people. We encourage you to read further and learn why they all make us who we are…and our reputation what it is.

 

Aerospace

 

GS Yuasa Lithium Power, the US subsidiary of GS Yuasa Corporation, announced today that they have entered into a Long Term Supply Agreement with The Boeing Company (Boeing) for the supply of GS Yuasa Technology’s lithium-ion cells for use in satellite applications. read more...
In 2006 GS Yuasa Lithium Power (GYLP) was established as a US subsidiary of its parent company GS Yuasa Corporation. GYLP’s mission has been to bring GS Yuasa’s lithium-ion products to the North American market. read more...
lithium-ion energy storage
GS Yuasa Corporation announced today that it has surpassed 2.0 MWh of lithium-ion energy storage orbited and is projecting to nearly double that figure by the end of 2017. By the end of 2015 GS Yuasa will have over 2.3MWh of lithium-ion energy storage on orbit. read more...
Nippon Sharyo recently developed NeGEM as an environmentally-friendly and highly-economic carrier. Up until now, it has been common for large diesel engines to be used as the power source for heavy load vehicles that carry heavy objects (carriers) at locations such as steelworks or shipyards. read more...
GS Yuasa announced today that its lithium-ion battery system has been installed at testing facilities in Iki City, Nagasaki Prefecture designed to study the optimal methods to use storage batteries to control power system frequency fluctuation on remote islands. The system has been operating successfully at the power company’s Ashibe substation in Iki City since March 2013. read more...