Electro Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: EEEI), a developer and manufacturer of advanced rechargeable batteries, announced today that the Company will present its "Transportation Bipolar NiMH Battery" developments at the EVS22 - The 22nd International Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition in Yokohama, Japan on October 27th.
EVS22 (www.evs22.org) is hosted by the Japan Automobile Research Institute in cooperation with the Electric Vehicle Association of Asia Pacific and the World Electric Vehicle Association. The EVS exposition is the largest international exposition in the field of battery, hybrid and fuel cell electric vehicles. The exposition comprehensively presents technology related to electric vehicles, which are environmentally friendly and contribute to saving energy, as well as introducing the world's efforts to promote and spread the use of such vehicles. The Symposium theme, "Moving to Sustainable Mobility" and technical sessions will cover a broad range of topics on technologies, public policies and dissemination efforts. Major sponsors include Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Daimler Chrysler.
"EVS22 will allow us to update leaders in the transportation market on our progress in successfully applying advanced bipolar nickel-metal hydride batteries to transportation uses," said Michael Reed, Electro Energy's CEO and President. "Our successes include conversion of a Toyota Prius hybrid electric vehicle to a plug-in hybrid which gets over 100 miles per gallon with near zero emissions."
About Electro Energy, Inc.
Electro Energy, Inc., headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut, was founded in 1992 to develop, manufacture and commercialize high-powered, rechargeable bipolar nickel-metal hydride batteries for use in a wide range of applications. Its Colorado Springs operation supplies aerospace-grade high quality nickel cadmium batteries and components for satellites, aircraft and other specialty applications. EEEI is also developing high-power lithium rechargeable batteries utilizing the Company's proprietary bipolar design. EEEI has recently acquired significant manufacturing assets near Gainesville, Fla., to accelerate commercialization of its battery technology. For further information, please visit www.electroenergyinc.com.
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