Compact Power to supply Li-ion battery packs for GM's Volt; A123 Systems loses out

Last week Reuters reported that General Motors (GM) has chosen Compact Power Inc. (CPI) to supply lithium ion battery packs for the first generation Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid electric  vehicle (PHEV), due out in 2010. CPI, LG Chem's North American hybrid vehicle battery arm, which develops lithium m...

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