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Posted on June 22, 2011 by  & 

Electrovaya to provide lithium ion battery systems for Chrysler

Electrovaya has announced an agreement to supply Chrysler with Lithium Ion SuperPolymer battery systems for 25 Town and Country minivans that will be part of a demonstration fleet of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) that Chrysler Group LLC has developed in partnership with the United States Department of Energy.
 
The 25 Chrysler minivans will join a fleet of 140 Ram 1500 pickup trucks that will be deployed to 12 partners including local municipalities, state governments, universities and energy companies across the United States. The minivan contract is the second major PHEV automotive platform for Electrovaya's Lithium Ion SuperPolymer® batteries and follows the Ram PHEV platform. Daimler AG is a competitor developing an electric delivery van.
 
Electrovaya is both the cell and battery pack supplier for the minivan. Its proprietary Lithium Ion SuperPolymer® cell technology is produced using Electrovaya's unique non toxic NMP-free process. Electrovaya's battery pack for the minivan consists of its large format Lithium Ion SuperPolymer® cells, proprietary thermal and battery management systems and all necessary subsystems.
 
 
For more attend Electric Vehicles Land Sea Air in June in Stuttgart, Germany. Never before has there been an opportunity in Europe for people in land, water and air electric vehicles and their components, infrastructure and test equipment to compare notes in one event. Delegates already signed up vary from Porsche, Airbus, Ford, SolarWaterWorld, Teamobility, Hudson Power Sports and Hudson Yachts to Sony, the Bulgarian Electric Vehicle Association, Pure Mobility and Robert Bosch Venture Capital. Battery companies Valence Technology, CHEEVC and Oxis Energy lecture as does battery management systems company Lithium Balance and battery companies Daimler AG, SB LiMotive, Robert Bosch, A123 Systems, Exide Technologies and others are sending delegates.
 
 
 
Source: Electrovayer
 
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