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September 14th, 2006

Ener1 Reports Strides in Commercializing Li-Ion Batteries

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Ener1 Inc., (OTC/BB: ENEI) said today that the Company has made significant strides toward commercializing its technologies to produce lithium-ion batteries for hybrid electric vehicles, as well as fuel cell components.

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