Axion Power International, the developer of proprietary lead-carbon PbC batteries, has been awarded a US$150,000 grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to fund a commercialisation plan for the use of its PbC batteries in a ”low-cost, high-efficiency” dual battery architecture for micro-hybrid vehicles.
Micro-hybrid vehicles (estimated market size is 25 …
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