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    Official: USABC awards Leyden $2.28 million contract for lithium ion stop-start battery
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    Stop-start battery systems continue to gain traction with automakers. The United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) has now awarded a $2.28 million stop-start development contract to Leyden Energy Inc. of Fremont, CA. USABC is a consortium group made up of Chrysler, Ford and General ...

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    LG Chem awarded $9.62 million to drive down cost of plug-in hybrid battery packs
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    The United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) – a research collaboration between Chrysler, Ford and General Motors – has awarded LG Chem Power a $9.62-million development contract to focus on reducing the cost of lithium-ion battery packs for plug-in hybrid vehicles with 40 ...

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    USABC awards A123 Systems $8m contract to develop nanophosphate li-ion batteries
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    The United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC (USABC), a research collaboration between Chrysler Group, Ford Motor and General Motors, has awarded A123 Systems an $8 million, 24-month contract, which the firm will use to continue its quest to develop its patented Nanophosphate lithium-ion ...

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    USABC awards $15.6m for development of advanced batteries
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    The United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC (USABC), a research collaboration between Chrysler Group, Ford Motor and General Motors, announced recently that it will award approximately $15.6 million for advanced battery development projects to three automotive supply firms: Cobasys ...

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    USABC awards $5.43m for advanced battery research
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    The United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC (USABC), a research collaboration between Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Company and General Motors Company, has announced that it will award $5.43 million to fund development and assessment of advanced battery projects. The contracts will be ...

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    USABC - GM, Chrysler, Ford - looking for help on four advanced automotive battery projects
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    The United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC), made up of Chrysler, Ford and GM, wants to hear proposals for new and better electric vehicle batteries. Through January 29th, the consortium will be accepting requests for proposal information (RFPIs) for four different projects: ...

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    USABC gives $2.3 million grant to develop lithium battery components
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    The United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) announced a $2.3 million grant to develop lithium battery technologies. USABC, which is under the umbrella of United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR), a research organization between Detroit's Big Three, awarded the grant, in ...

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    Johnson Controls-Saft get $8.2m for batteries, calls money-givers ignorant
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    Johnson Controls-Saft has been awarded a contract worth some $8.2 million for the development of lithium ion batteries and the associated system that goes into making them an automotive-ready pack. The goal is to find out how feasible the planned push for PHEVs really is. According to Mary Ann ...

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    Compact Power Inc. gets PHEV development contract from USABC
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    Compact Power Inc is on something of a roll lately. They and parent LG Chem of South Korea have reportedly won contracts supply lithium ion batteries to Hyundai/Kia for upcoming hybrid models and are rumored to be the front runner to the supply contract for the production Chevrolet Volt. CPI's ...

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    A123 Systems gets $12.5 million PHEV battery deal from USABC
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    A123 Systems has just earned yet another development contract for developing lithium ion cells for plug-in hybrid applications. The US Advanced Battery Consortium and the Department of Energy have awarded a $12.5 million, 36 month contract to A123. The company has already been working on several ...

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    Department of Energy to kick $14 million for PHEV battery research
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    The US Department of Energy has committed to contributing $14 million dollars to a $28 million project being run by the US Advanced Battery Consortium. The USABC is part of the United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR) which is an umbrella organization for US based carmakers to do joint ...

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