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    Axion Power Clarifies The Treatment Of Its Class A And Class B Warrants As A Result Of The 1:35 Reverse Stock Split Of Its Common Stock

    PR Newswire – 10:30 AM ET 07/15/2015

    NEW CASTLE, Pa., July 15, 2015Axion Power International, Inc. (AXPW), a developer of advanced lead-carbon PbC® batteries, energy storage systems and frequency regulation systems, today announced that it has effected a 1-for-35 reverse stock split previously approved by the Company's stockholders at a special meeting held on June 17, 2015.

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    Axion Power Announces 1-for-35 Reverse Stock Split

    PR Newswire – 7:30 AM ET 07/14/2015

    NEW CASTLE, Pa., July 14, 2015 Axion Power International, Inc. (AXPW), a developer of advanced lead-carbon PbC® batteries, energy storage systems and frequency regulation systems, today announced that it has effected a 1-for-35 reverse stock split previously approved by the Company's stockholders at a special meeting held on June 17, 2015.

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    Axion Power International, Inc. Signs Letter Of Intent With LCB International, Inc. For Technology Licensing And Exclusive Marketing Rights For People's Republic of China, Taiwan, Macao And Hong Kong

    PR Newswire – 7:30 AM ET 06/15/2015

    NEW CASTLE, Pa., June 15, 2015 Axion Power International, Inc. (AXPW), a developer of advanced lead-carbon PbC® batteries, energy storage systems and frequency regulation systems, today announced that on Saturday it signed a binding Letter of Intent for a technology development and licensing program with LCB International, Inc.. LCB is a privately owned entity incorporated in the British Virgin Island...

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