A123, Nantero working on carbon nanotube-enhanced lithium-ion battery technology

Last week we came across an appropriations request letter from Representative Edward Markey of the 7th Congressional District of Massachusetts to the Committee on AppropriationsSubcommittee on Defense (whew). The letter requests funding for the “Carbon Nanotube Enhanced Power Sources for Space” pr...

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