Updated March 4 at 3:04pm

Firm not bound by earthly limits

Yardney Technical Products’ lithium-ion batteries have been out of this world – literally. “The last four missions to Mars have all had our batteries on them,” said Yardney President and Chief Operating Officer Vince Yevolli, pictured above at the company’s new headquarters, in East Greenwich. Yardney is a subsidiary of Ener-Tek International, Inc. Its batteries are also found in aircraft and hearing aids. The company, which employs 140, moved to Rhode Island in January from a much larger facility in Pawcatuck, Conn. More

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Firm not bound by earthly limits

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Yardney Technical Products’ lithium-ion batteries have been out of this world – literally. “The last four missions to Mars have all had our batteries on them,” said Yardney President and Chief Operating Officer Vince Yevolli, pictured above at the company’s new headquarters, in East Greenwich. Yardney is a subsidiary of Ener-Tek International, Inc. Its batteries are also found in aircraft and hearing aids. The company, which employs 140, moved to Rhode Island in January from a much larger facility in Pawcatuck, Conn.

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