is a subsidiary of the United States Council for Automotive Research LLC (USCAR).
program aims to produce a cost-competitive, lithium ion battery that is lighter, smaller and higher in power than existing battery technologies for hybrid electric vehicles.
EnerDel expects to deliver the next set of sample battery cells to the USABC
in the next few months.
is a consortium of the United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR).
The 36-month lithium-ion layered-layered cathode/silicon-based anode program will focus on the development of high-energy cathode and anode material appropriate for vehicle applications and the development and scale up of pouch cells that exhibit performance metrics that exceed the minimum USABC
targets EVs, according to USABC
is an industry group that pursues research and development on advanced energy systems to boost the range and performance of future electric and hybrid electric vehicles.
This opportunity with USABC
to develop an auto-specific module will enable us to strengthen our credentials as a supplier of mainstream energy storage systems.
The competitively bid contract Cobasys award from USABC
is co-funded by the U.
Envia recently secured development grants from USABC
The recognition of our work and subsequent awarding of a contract by USABC
is a testament to our dedication and a major milestone for us," said Marc Kohler, director of product management for ActaCell.
65 million contract for a three-year project to develop a high-energy cathode material for vehicle applications and pouch cells that exhibit performance metrics that meet or exceed the minimum USABC
Additionally, ActaCell was awarded a $179, 015, 16-month technology assessment of high-power cells to meet requirements specified by USABC
for power-assist hybrid-electric vehicle (PAHEV) applications.