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Boston Power moves ahead by moving to China

Lithium ion battery maker Boston Power lands $125 million and plans to move most of its operations to China to serve the burgeoning electric-vehicle market.

By September 19, 2011


Photos: Boston Power thinks big with battery factory

Lithium ion battery company is trying to get $100 million in stimulus funds to help build a factory that will make batteries for cars and laptops.

12 Images By June 2, 2009


Boston Power plans battery plant for cars, laptops

With growing concern over the lack of U.S. car battery manufacturing, Boston Power says a proposed auto and laptop battery plant in Massachusetts is "shovel ready."

By May 31, 2009


HP now sells Boston Power Enviro laptop batteries

After three years of development, Boston Power sees its long-lasting Sonata laptop batteries now enter the marketplace as it looks to expand into different products.

By March 16, 2009


Battery maker Boston-Power fills coffers to expand

The lithium ion battery maker gets $55 million in a Series D round to accelerate move from laptop batteries into transportation and utility energy storage.

By January 13, 2009


Boston-Power readies long-lasting laptop batteries

After three years of development, upstart Boston-Power is expected to announce a customer that will include its premium batteries in laptops early next year.

By November 21, 2008


HP laptops to sport long-lasting 'Enviro' batteries

After three years of development, Boston Power announces that Hewlett-Packard will offer its Sonata lithium-ion batteries as an upgrade for HP consumer laptops early next year.

By December 9, 2008


Notebook battery maker gets charged up for cars

Boston-Power raises $45 million and hatches plans to make batteries for plug-in hybrids.

By January 3, 2008


Start-up to launch safer notebook battery

Boston-Power is about to uncover its long-awaited Sonata battery, which it says is less likely to blow up. HP appears interested.

By January 30, 2007


Start-up touts less-risky notebook batteries

Lithium ion technology got burned in the summer's recall season, but Boston-Power says it has a better way to deliver the power.

By December 19, 2006