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January 16th, 2007

High-flying with A123

We're not driving electric cars powered by A123 advanced lithium ion batteries... yet, but we are flying them in helicopters; remote-controlled electric helicopters, that is. And if you're curious about how good they are, read on.

I was very happy to read that A123 Systems will be involved in developing a new battery for GM's Chevy Volt E-Flex program. I became familiar with them because of a side business/hobby that I have, selling and flying remote controlled electric helicopters.


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