Hydro-Québec grants an operating license and partners with Nouveau Monde Graphite to develop materials used in lithium-ion batteries

Green Car Congress

Hydro-Québec (HQ) and Nouveau Monde Graphite (NMG) recently signed a license and a research and development agreements concerning the processing of graphite for use in lithium-ion batteries. This collaboration is intended to enable NMG to commercialize battery material technologies developed by HQ over the past 30 years, helping to position Québec strategically in the lithium-ion battery market. NMG will support in part the needs for graphite of the anode material fabrication plant.

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Hydro-Québec grants an exploitation license and partners with Nouveau Monde Graphite to develop materials for Li-ion batteries

Green Car Congress

Hydro-Québec (HQ) and Nouveau Monde Graphite (NMG) have signed a license and a research and development agreements respecting the processing of graphite for use in lithium-ion batteries. The partners hope that this collaboration will enable NMG to commercialize battery material technologies developed by HQ over the past 30 years. This anode material fabrication plant is in addition to and complements NMG’s mining project. NMG’s financing.

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Orders Being Taken For Myers Motors' Two-seat Electric, Cost As Low As $22,500.00

All Cars Electric

Ohio based Myers Motors introduced it's Duo (formerly NMG) electric runabout in September, and is already taking pre-orders. Final pricing will depend on the number of orders Received by June 5, 2010, with a worst case price of $29,995.00. The company is saying that for every 200 pre-ordered vehicles, volume discounts on components will allow

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Are You Plugged In?

Revenge of the Electric Car

These vehicles are expected to range in price from about $40,000 to more than $100,000. D: Myers Motors’ NmG. Myers’s NmG—or no more gas—is a three-wheel, one-seat vehicle that can travel up to 75 mph and as far as 50 miles in its lithium-battery model. The Wall Street Journal assesses your EV readiness. Are You Plugged In? By Mara Lemos Stein. Here is the full text of the entire article, in case the link goes bad: [link]. By MARA LEMOS STEIN.

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