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Industry: Computer Hardware » Electronic Components
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A123 Systems, Inc. was incorporated in Delaware on October 19, 2001. The Company designs, develops, manufactures and sells advanced rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and battery systems and provides research and development services to government agencies and commercial customers. The Company shipped its first products in 2006. Its batteries and battery systems provide a combination of power, safety and life. The Company is working with major global automotive manufacturers and tier 1 suppliers to develop batteries and battery systems for HEVs, PHEVs and EVs. It is also implementing battery technology for use in heavy-duty vehicles. Its cylindrical batteries are in volume production and are commercially available for use in automotive and heavy duty vehicles. Manufacturing processes could be modified to manufacture battery products for different applications and could be replicated to meet increasing customer demands. There are two types of batteries for consumer applications: high-energy batteries and high-power batteries. High-energy batteries are designed to store large amounts of energy for long periods. High-power batteries could transform appliances, tools and equipment traditionally powered from electric outlets into more convenient, portable devices. Its current product offerings include batteries in different sizes and forms as well as packaged modules and fully-tested battery systems. Its energy solutions group offers fully packaged systems as well as sub-module building blocks for battery system development. Eg: BAE Systems Energy Storage Solution: It produces an energy storage solution for BAE Systems' HybriDrive drive train for the Orion VII hybrid-electric bus. Hymotion L5 Battery Range Extender Module: Through its Hymotion brand, it offers an aftermarket conversion module to augment the performance of a standard Toyota Prius HEV. Grid Service System: It has developed multi-megawatt battery systems for AES capable of performing ancillary electric grid services, including standby reserve capacity and frequency regulation services. Prismatic Module: working with Chrysler and other manufacturers such as Better Place and Daimler to develop and supply prismatic battery systems. It also sells its batteries and battery systems directly to end-user customers as well as through reseller and distributor channels. Its competitors who has announced the availability of either lithium-ion or other competing rechargeable battery products include Panasonic, BYD, LG, Lithium Energy Japan (Mitsubishi-GS Yuasa), Blue Energy Company (Honda-GS Yuasa), and LiMotive and Samsung, among others.
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