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Electric car maker is moving ahead with plans to use EEStor's ultracapacitors, which the latter claims--with some dispute--will yield an affordable car-battery pack.
GM-Volt blog gets GM to admit to looking at battery technology from EEStor.
The CityZenn will hit a top speed of 80 miles per hour--but more importantly, it will be rechargeable in five minutes.
Defense contractor plans to evaluate energy storage systems from the ultracapacitor start-up. If all goes well, Lockheed will begin incorporating them into products.
The secretive Texas company loses a big fish on the board.
The start-up's futuristic ultracapacitor--a device that holds electricity and functions somewhat like a battery--may not hit the market until 2008.
Electric automaker tells investors that EEStor will come through on battery promises, mentions talks with partner for Zennergy drivetrain.
EEstor. Think of it as a cross between Tesla Motors and the CIA.
Feel Good Motors to officially launch the Zenn electric car, which boasts a 35-mile driving range and a 4-hour charge time.
An update on EEstor, kind of; U.S. renewable energy policy still stalled; GE moves deeper into Spain with acquisition; questions about ethanol's impact on air quality; a look at politicking behind the Pickens Plan; Mass. signs a low-carbon fuel standard.