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Sweden: SEK6.57m grant supports Volvo flywheel R&D

Volvo Car Corporation has received a SEK6.57m (US$1.05m) grant from the Swedish Energy Agency to support development of next-generation technology for kinetic recovery of braking energy in a joint project together with Volvo Powertrain and SKF. Starting this autumn, the OEM will begin testing flywheel technology on public roads.  "Our aim It’s time to log … Continued

Volvo Car Corporation has received a SEK6.57m (US$1.05m) grant from the Swedish Energy Agency to support development of next-generation technology for kinetic recovery of braking energy in a joint project together with Volvo Powertrain and SKF. Starting this autumn, the OEM will begin testing flywheel technology on public roads. 

"Our aim

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