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Ultracapacitor maker Maxwell Technologies just announced that Golden Dragon Bus Co has selected Maxwell's BOOSTCAP(R) ultracapacitors for braking energy recuperation and torque assist in fuel-efficient, low-emission, diesel-electric hybrid buses for the Hangzhou Public Transport Group (HPTG).
Altairnano will ship 47 new NanoSafe battery packs purchased by Phoenix Motorcars in 2007 to Phoenix for use exclusively in demonstration vehicles. In addition, Altair entered into a letter of agreement with Phoenix formally terminating the existing supply agreement and mutually releasing each other from any claims under such agreement.
Despite this economy, iRobot has released good quarterly numbers--and not good like recent releases from the mega-banks. The news wasn’t that it lost less than expected; it actually had a better quarter than last year.
Trinidad Drilling (TSX: TDG, OTC: TDGCF) wasted little time putting part of the USD54 million from its sale of a barge rig project in Indonesia to good purpose, inking a deal with two unnamed parties for the construction of seven more drilling rigs for use in Louisiana’s Haynesville Shale, an unconventional natural gas play that’s shaping up as one of the key such resources in the US.
Global solar company Spire Corp today announced that it’s received a contract from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to provide critical test equipment for its certification operations in both the US and China.
Every day we're reminded of the needs for improved energy generation, energy savings, material performance and greener, more-efficient technologies. Solutions for these needs are necessary to enable the continued growth of the worldwide economy and to decrease environmental pollution.
Maxwell Technologies announced last week that Vossloh Kiepe GmbH, a leading producer of heavy vehicle drive systems, has selected Maxwell's 125-volt BOOSTCAP ultracapacitor modules for emission-free electric buses.
After suffering brutally since the beginning of the year over its Gen1 NanoSafe battery recall by Phoenix Motorcars and the swift exit of its CEO, Altairnano finally got to deliver some good news to investors today.
Turnkey solar production player Spire Corp recently announced that it’s delivered advanced solar module production equipment to ET Solar Group, and pSivida has announced that Phase IIb clinical trials have commenced for BrachySil.
pSivida today reported the interim three-month safety and efficacy results from the first human pharmacokinetic (PK) study of Medidur FA in patients with diabetic macular edema (DME).