DOE shows strong support for battery R&D but cautious outlook on commercial success

We recently interviewed David Howell at the DOE's FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies programs about his organization's latest efforts in advanced battery technologies for hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles (HEVs and PHEVs). Backed by the FY2008 budget allocation for vehicle batteries of $48 million...

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