Two Li-ion startups win more than $3 million each in additional funding to close out 2010

New Year's festivities started a bit early for Li-ion startups ActaCell and Envia. Last month, ActaCell won a $3 million grant to scale up production of its nanocomposite anode material from the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Meanwhile, the United States Advanced Battery...

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