The U.S. Advanced Battery Consortium, a research collaboration between Chrysler, Ford and General Motors, awards $15.6 million in advanced battery development and technology assessment contracts to three firms. The competitively bid contract awards are co-funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and include a 50% cost-share from each of the companies. Cobasys of Orion, MI, is granted a 3-year, $8.36 million contract for the development of high-energy lithium-ion cells for use in ...

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