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Sunday, December 2, 2012

$120 Million for Battery Research


$120 million for battery research
Energy Harvesting Journal
The Hub, to be known as the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), will combine the R&D firepower of five DOE national laboratories, five universities, and four private firms in an effort aimed at achieving revolutionary advances in battery ...http://www.energyharvestingjournal.com/articles/120-million-for-battery-research-00004970.asp?sessionid=1






Video: Argonne to Lead Energy Storage Hub for 5X Better Batteries ...
By Rich Brueckner
Our Video Sunday feature continues with this press conference by U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu announcing that Argonne National Laboratory has been selected for an award of up to $120 million over five years to establish a new ...
insideHPC


cryptogon.com » 'Manhattan Project' to Build New Energy Storage ...
By Kevin
The DOE is creating a new Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, at a cost of $120 million over five years, that's intended to reproduce development environments that were successfully used by Bell Laboratories in the World War II ...
cryptogon.com

Team Led by Argonne National Lab Selected as DOE's Batteries ...
Advancing next generation battery and energy storage technologies for electric and hybrid cars and the electricity grid are a critical part of President Obama's ...
energy.gov/.../team-led-argonne-national-lab-selected-doe-s-b...
Joint Center for Energy Storage Research could make Chicago area ...
A new multi-million dollar energy resource center could turn Chicago into the battery capital of the United States. The hope is that center will create ...
abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=news/local&id...

The US Department Of Energy Wants To Make Better Batteries By Recreating ...
Gizmodo Australia
First, the DOE will create the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, and then throw $US120 million at them over half a decade. Then they'll round up the best and brightest at six national labs, five universities, and four private firms.http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2012/12/the-us-department-of-energy-wants-to-make-better-batteries-by-recreating-the-manhattan-project/


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