ActaCell Energy Systems

  • Acquisition by Contour Energy Systems has brought resources and a larger pool of investors, staving off a cash crunch
  • Developing LMO cathode materials, with a substitute-cation design licensed from UT Austin; focused on hybrid commercial vehicle applications
  • Claims its technology offers longer cycle l...
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