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EnerDel secures second order to supply Li-ion battery pack for Volvo C30 Electric Car

EnerDel, Inc. has received a second supply order from Volvo Car Corporation to manufacture its 24 kWh, lithium-ion battery pack to power Volvo’s C30 Electric car. EnerDel was initially selected by Volvo as its battery supplier for the Volvo C30 Electric back in September 2009 when the car was announced as part of Volvo’s “Drive-E Towards Zero” strategy.

EnerDel will start manufacturing the additional multi-million-dollar order at the beginning of September with an expected final delivery slated for 2013. The split-pack design (tunnel and tank) that EnerDel designed, with integration support from Volvo’s engineering team, will again be manufactured to Volvo’s exacting specifications.

EnerDel, Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind. It manufactures advanced, lithium-ion batteries and energy storage systems for electric utility, transportation and industrial applications.

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Brotherkenny4

This can't be true. As everyone knows, EnerDel failed quite some time ago. That's what we were told. Why, if this is true, then that means we can't trust anything that gets reported in the press. Indeed, it would mean that our press, the fifth estate, is a bunch of intentional liars. That just can't be.

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