This post is created by Puneet Sinha. What a year 2013 had been for Li-ion batteries and electrification in transport sector! Successful launch of Model S and Tesla posting first quarterly profit that sends its stocks soaring is a welcome sign for electric vehicle industry. Not only Tesla, electric vehicles (plug-in as well as all-electric) […]
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EC Power, as part of a team led by Pennsylvania State University, has been awarded a two-year $3 million grant by the Department of Energy (DOE) to develop next-generation Li-ion batteries for vehicle electrification. The goal of the project is to develop a safer high-performance battery with a greater energy and power density and longer […]
EC Power has been highlighted in the 2012 U.S. Drive “Highlights of Technical Accomplishments.” U.S. Drive is a government-industry partnership consisting of the U.S. Department of Energy, the United States Council for Automotive Research, five energy companies, two electric utilities and the Electric Power Research Institute. The Partnership was formed in part to ensure that […]
In the publicly released Department of Energy 2012 Annual Merit Review for Energy Storage Technologies, EC Power received high marks from the review committee from its work done in the ongoing CAEBAT Project (project overview). As part of the review process, the committee was asked to answer multiple choice and short answer questions about each […]