U.S. DOE: $30M For Advanced Vehicle Tech

Moresco, Justin
December 2008
Red Herring;12/3/2008, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the funding released by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for research and development of advanced vehicle technologies. DOE released nearly $30 million to finance research on battery and thermoelectric technologies and aerodynamic trailers. The companies that will receive the research finding include 3M, BASF Catalyst, FMC Corporation, Ford, and General Motors (GM). The funding, according to the author, is part of the effort of DOE to administer loans and grants to develop advanced vehicle technologies.


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