U.S. DRIVE Electrochemical Energy Storage Tech Team
Welcome to the Web page of the U.S. DRIVE Electrochemical Energy Storage (EES) Tech Team.
To develop electrochemical energy storage technologies which support commercialization of fuel cell, hybrid, and electric vehicles.
EV Battery Test Procedures Manual: Appendix F - Glossary of Battery and Battery Testing Terminology for the USABC Battery Test Procedures
EV Battery Test Procedures Manual: Appendix E - Worksheet for Manufacturer-Supplied Testing Information
EV Battery Test Procedures Manual: Appendix D - Methodology for Assigning USABC Identification Numbers
EV Battery Test Procedures Manual: Appendix B - Generic Reporting and Data Acquisition Outline for Performance and Life Testing of Electric Vehicle Batteries
R & D News Highlights
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ANNOUNCES EXPANDED PARTNERSHIP WITH INDUSTRY TO ADVANCE NEXT-GENERATION AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
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Washington, D.C., May 19, 2011 - U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu today announced U.S. DRIVE, a cooperative partnership with industry to accelerate the development of clean, advanced, energy-efficient technologies for cars and light trucks and the infrastructure needed to support their widespread use. This partnership is part of DOE's broad strategy to expand the availability of advanced vehicles to American families
Energy Storage TLC