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September 3rd, 2003

Nissan Order Nanotechnology Batteries from Ener1

Abstract:
Ener1 have just received an order from Nissan Motor Co for the provision of lithium-ion electrodes for use in their hybrid vehicles. The electrodes are based on a new lithium battery concept that involves a nano-structured process. The resultant batteries increase battery discharge rates by up to 25 times and also increase cycle life. Furthermore, they are expected to weigh less and require less space.

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