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Eos Energy Storage introduces grid-scale battery system at $160/kWh

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Eos Energy Storage announced the commercial availability of its MW-scale Aurora system for deliveries starting in 2016. Eos’s grid-scale product is designed to reliably integrate renewable energy, improve grid efficiency and resiliency, and reduce costs for utilities and consumers.


CEC awards Eos Energy Storage $2.1M to demo AC-integrated zinc hybrid-cathode battery technology for grid storage

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The California Energy Commission (CEC) has awarded $2.1 million to Eos Energy Storage, LLC to demonstrate an AC-integrated system incorporating the company’s zinc hybrid-cathode battery technology (“Zynth”) to enhance renewable energy generation and provide grid-scale, multi-hour energy storage. Znyth battery technology uses a safe aqueous electrolyte and a novel zinc-hybrid cathode to enable extremely low-cost electricity storage and long life.


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Volvo Buses officially launches the all-new plug-in Electric Hybrid bus

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Volvo 7900 Electric Hybrid with overhead conductive charging station and pantograph extended. As previously announced ( earlier post ), Volvo Buses will officially launch the new plug-in 7900 Electric Hybrid bus at the International IAA Commercial Vehicles show in September.


ANL Project on Actively Coupled Ultracapacitor-Battery System for PHEVs Attracting OEM Interest

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The ultracapacitor bank actively coupled via the power electronics allows the use of an energy optimized battery by reducing peak loads and minimizing internal battery heating. Continental Automotive and US Hybrids are working on reduced cost, highly aggressive DC/DC converter designs.


Plug-in battery system attracts manufacturer attention

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A research project that is working on developing an actively coupled ultracapacitor battery system for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle applications is attracting attention from a number of manufacturers. The project is led by Argonne, Maxwell Technologies and Gold Peak Battery USA with the objective of developing a high power and high energy electrical storage system that combines the strengths of high power density for ultracapacitors with high energy storage for lithium-ion batteries.