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A special conference is being held this week to discuss the advancements of 48 volt hybrid systems for vehicles. The European Advanced Lead-Acid Battery Consortium (EALABC) will inform automotive industry executives this week of the environmental and cost benefits of advanced lead-carbon batteries now being commercialized for a new generation of low cost 48V ‘super […]

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More 48 volt news comes from the UK as we learn Controlled Power Technologies (CPT) will demonstrate its 48-volt hybrid vehicle technology at the annual Low Carbon Vehicle conference and exhibition at Millbrook Proving Ground this week. CPT said its unique proposition for a new class of affordable low voltage electric hybrid vehicles is its […]

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The Advanced Lead-Acid Battery Consortium (ALABC) will focus on the affordable 48 volts “intelligent electrification” of next generation hybrid vehicles at the 14th European Lead Battery Conference (14ELBC). ALABC said this new class of hybrid aims to keep the cost down and the voltage below the critical 60 volt safety threshold. Organized by the International […]

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The Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium (ALABC) said it is paving the way for a new generation of affordable and cost-effective micro-mild hybrid cars. It is doing so with its low CO2 emission vehicle demonstration program known as the low cost lead carbon LC Super Hybrid, which was conceived in association with Controlled Power Technologies […]

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Three years ago, the Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium (ALABC) was asked to demonstrate the durability of lead-carbon batteries in the high-rate, partial state-of-charge operation of a hybrid electric vehicle. In a project co-funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and managed by Ecotality North America, the consortium has proven just that with a Honda […]

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