Funding made available by Sustainable Development Technology Canada.
Electrovaya is confident its safer and greener technology will overcome concerns about the promising battery technology.
LC-44 from Litarion subsidiary features higher energy density and longer cycle life.
German subsidiary Litarion wins order for 40 of the lithium ion cells
Norway targeting a 66% reduction of greenhouse emissions by 2030.
Takes power from solar panels or grid, will save money during peak use.
Electrovaya, Prairie Pulp & Paper, Westport Innovations to contribute sustainable technologies.
Exceeds 200Wh/kg, 600% higher than lead acid batteries.
Norwegian MBG has invested $30 million in EV and other apps.
Electrovaya Inc. is leveraging its utility and automotive batteries for a new line of mid-size energy storage products.
The automotive industry is investing in the development of electric vehicles and hybrids as it moves to meet NAFTA environmental standards that come into effect in 2016.
Electrovaya Inc. has delivered a whopper of a battery to the Arizona Public Service Co., that state’s largest electric utility.
DC Energy Insights is predicting global production of lithium-ion batteries will almost quadruple in 2012 to feed growing demand generated by plug-in vehicles and stationary storage.
Electrovaya is launching a $7.6 million project that will put end-of-use electric vehicle batteries to work as part of a utility sized stationary battery system.
Electrovaya is supplying the battery systems for a demonstration fleet of Chrysler plug-in hybrid electric minivans developed in partnership with the US Department of Energy.