C4iSR: Maritime

Naval Group Australia signs subcontracts for Attack-class submarine batteries

15 March 2020

Naval Group Australia has signed subcontracts with Australian company PMB Defence Pty Ltd, and Greek company Systems Sunlight, for the design of the main storage batteries that will go onboard the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN's) future Attack-class submarines.

The subcontracts were signed following a competitive process.

PMB Defence is an Adelaide-based supplier of energy and engineering systems for submarine platforms. It was previously awarded a contract to supply and sustain batteries on the RAN's Collins-class submarines.

Systems Sunlight specialises in the development and production of batteries and energy storage systems for naval and industrial applications.

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