Ni-MH

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Ni-MHNickel-Metal Hydride (battery technology)
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The company stated that it is reusing nickel-metal hydride batteries for hybrid vehicles, using some of them for storage cells for non-vehicular uses, and extracting mineral elements from them to make brand-new batteries in Japan.
Highpower International Incorporated (NASDAQ: HPJ), a company that develops, manufactures and markets lithium and nickel-metal hydride rechargeable batteries, management systems and recycling services, has received a contract from China Southern Power Grid Co., Ltd.
(JMC) to jointly pursue the reuse of a rare earth metal extracted from nickel-metal hydride batteries in hybrid vehicles for magnets of new hybrid vehicle motors.
The firm specialises in manufacturing the nickel-metal hydride batteries he designed, which are still used in hybrid vehicles.
The final section covers nickel-cadmium, nickel-metal hydride, and other nickel batteries.
The company has been supplying nickel-metal hydride batteries for hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) to Honda and Ford since 2004.
These are the markets for primary cylindrical lithium batteries, portable rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries and rechargeable coin-shape batteries based on lithium.
The lamp is the latest addition to the company's lineup of ''eneloop'' environment-friendly products that include the eneloop rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries and the eneloop bike, an electric bicycle that can charge while in use and offer electric assist power.
The 8,000 pound counterbalanced lift truck combines a 2.5-liter diesel engine, electric motor and nickel-metal hydride battery.
One is that compared with the nickel-metal hydride batteries used, for example, in the EV1, they have greater power density, and consequently reduces weight.
CVRD Inco produces a specialized nickel foam in China, where it is used almost exclusively in the production of nickel-metal hydride rechargeable batteries, including hybrid electric vehicles.