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Galaxy Resources enters technology license agreement with Li-ion producer K2 Energy

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Australia-based Galaxy Resources Limited has signed a technology license agreement with US-based lithium-ion battery producer K2 Energy Solutions Inc. K2 Energy has developed a family of large format batteries and battery systems based upon lithium iron phosphate technology.

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New A123 Systems LLC emerges

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Li-ion battery maker A123 Systems LLC, a newly formed, wholly owned subsidiary of Wanxiang America Corporation, has acquired substantially all of the non-government business assets of bankrupt A123 Systems, Inc. Included in the acquisition, which has received approval from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), are A123’s automotive, grid and commercial business assets, including technology, products, customer contracts and U.S.

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Study finds resource constraints should not be a limiting factor for large-scale EV battery production

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(A) Energy storage potential (ESP) based on annual production of the elements. The elements in brackets at the right side of the labels are the limiting elements in each couple. (B) B) ESP based on the reserve base of the elements. ESP well beyond the limit of the figure. (C) C) Extraction costs of the elements in the couples, calculated from the USGS prices of the elements. What is the cost of the elements in the couple (in $/kWh)?

2011 87

US DOE awards more than $175M to 40 projects for advanced vehicle research and development

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The US Department of Energy will award more than $175 million over the next three to five years to accelerate the development and deployment of a range of advanced vehicle technologies. The funding will support 40 projects across 15 states and will help improve the fuel efficiency of next generation vehicles. This project will investigate the use of novel lubricant formulations that target differing lubrication requirements of the major engine subsystems (e.g.,

2011 88

ARPA-E Selects 37 Projects for $106M in Funding in Second Round; Electrofuels, Better Batteries and Carbon Capture

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The US Department of Energy is awarding $106 million in funding for 37 research projects selected in the second round by the DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). The second round was focused specifically on three areas of technology representing new approaches for advanced microbial biofuels (electrofuels); much higher capacity and less expensive batteries for electric vehicles; and carbon capture. The grants will go to projects in 17 states. of Delaware).

2010 81

DOE to Award Up to $2.4B for Advanced Batteries, Electric Drive Components, and Electric Drive Vehicle Demonstration/Deployment Projects

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The US Department of Energy (DOE) has released two competitive solicitations that will provide up to a combined $2.4 billion in federal funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) in support of the development of advanced electric drive vehicles (EDVs) including plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV), electric vehicles (EV), and fuel cell vehicles (FCV). The latter will provide grants to US-based manufacturers of up to $1.5

2009 64

Audi highlights its range of electrification efforts; Q7 diesel PHEV, A7 fuel cell PHEV, BEV, 48V and more; 750 Wh/l by 2025

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Audi presented a range of its ongoing work on electromobility and efficiency—from fuels and systems to full vehicles—under the “Future Performance Days 2015” banner. lb-ft) of system torque. liters of fuel per 100 kilometers (138.4 lb-ft) of torque.

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