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Battery Awardee List

Battery Awardee List



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ApplicantDOE Award(Dollars inMillions)Project Locations TechnologyCell, Battery, and Materials Manufacturing Facilities
Johnson Controls,Inc.$299.2Holland, MILebanon, OR(Entek)Production of nickel-cobalt-metal battery cells andpacks, as well as production of battery separators (bypartner Entek) for hybrid and electric vehicles.A123 Systems, Inc. $249.1Romulus, MIBrownstown, MIManufacturing of nano-iron phosphate cathodepowder and electrode coatings; fabrication of batterycells and modules; and assembly of complete batterypack systems for hybrid and electric vehicles.KD ABG MI, LLC(Dow Kokam)$161Midland, MI Production of manganese oxide cathode / graphitelithium-ion batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles.Compact Power,Inc. (on behalf ofLG Chem, Ltd.)$151.4St. Clair, MIPontiac, MIHolland, MIProduction of lithium-ion polymer battery cells for theGM Volt using a manganese-based cathode materialand a proprietary separator.EnerDel, Inc. $118.5Indianapolis, IN Production of lithium-ion cells and packs for hybridand electric vehicles. Primary lithium chemistriesinclude: manganese spinel cathode and lithiumtitanate anode for high power applications, as well asmanganese spinel cathode and amorphous carbonfor high energy applications.General MotorsCorporation$105.9Brownstown, MI Production of high-volume battery packs for the GMVolt. Cells will be from LG Chem, Ltd. and other cellproviders to be named.Saft America, Inc. $95.5Jacksonville, FL Production of lithium-ion cells, modules, and batterypacks for industrial and agricultural vehicles anddefense application markets. Primary lithiumchemistries include nickel-cobalt-metal and ironphosphate.Exide Technologieswith Axion PowerInternational$34.3Bristol, TNColumbus, GAProduction of advanced lead-acid batteries, usinglead-carbon electrodes for micro and mild hybridapplications.East PennManufacturing Co.$32.5Lyon Station, PA Production of the UltraBattery (lead-acid battery witha carbon supercapacitor combination) for micro andmild hybrid applications.
Advanced Battery Supplier Manufacturing Facilities
Celgard, LLC, asubsidiary ofPolypore$49.2Charlotte, NCAiken, SCProduction of polymer separator material for lithium-ion batteries.Toda America, Inc. $35Goose Creek, SC Production of nickel-cobalt-metal cathode material forlithium-ion batteries.Chemetall FooteCorp.$28.4Silver Peak, NVKings Mtn., NCProduction of battery-grade lithium carbonate andlithium hydroxide.HoneywellInternational Inc.$27.3Buffalo, NYMetropolis, ILProduction of electrolyte salt (lithiumhexafluorophosphate (LiPF6)) for lithium-ionbatteries.BASF Catalysts,LLC$24.6Elyria, OH Production of nickel-cobalt-metal cathode material forlithium-ion batteries.EnerG2, Inc. $21Albany, OR Production of high energy density nano-carbon forultracapacitors.NovolyteTechnologies, Inc.$20.6Zachary, LA Production of electrolytes for lithium-ion batteries.FutureFuelChemical Company$12.6Batesville, AR Production of high-temperature graphitized precursoranode material for lithium-ion batteries.Pyrotek, Inc. $11.3Sanborn, NY Production of carbon powder anode material forlithium-ion batteries.H&T WaterburyDBA BouffardMetal Goods$5Waterbury, CT Manufacturing of precision aluminum casings forcylindrical cells.
ApplicantDOE Award(Dollars inMillions)Project Locations TechnologyAdvanced Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Facilities
TOXCOIncorporated$9.5Lancaster, OH Hydrothermal recycling of lithium-ion batteries.
Electric Drive Component Manufacturing Facilities
General MotorsCorporation$105White Marsh, MDWixom, MIConstruction of U.S. manufacturing capabilities toproduce the second-generation GM global rear-wheelelectric drive system.Delphi AutomotiveSystems, LLC$89.3Kokomo, IN Expansion of manufacturing for existing electric drivepower electronics components for both passengerand commercial vehicles.AllisonTransmission, Inc.$62.8Indianapolis, IN Increasing U.S. capacity to manufacture hybridsystems for the commercial truck market.Ford MotorCompany$62.7Sterling Heights, MI Producing a Ford electric drive transaxle withintegrated power electronics in an existing Fordtransmission facility.Remy, Inc. $60.2
Potential locations in IN: 
Anderson,Morristown,Greenfield, orIndianapolisANDFargo, NDEstablishing a standardized platform of hybrid electricmotors and controls.UQMTechnologies, Inc.$45.1Frederick, CO Expanding established propulsion systems into avolume manufacturing environment.Magna E-CarSystems ofAmerica, Inc.$40Muncie, INHolly, MIIncreasing production capacity of advancedautomotive electric drive system componentmanufacturing plants located in the U.S.
Electric Drive Subcomponent Manufacturing Facilities
KEMETCorporation$15.1Simpsonville, SC Production of DC bus capacitors including soft woundfilm and stacked film capacitors necessary for electricdrive system power electronics.SBE, Inc. $9.1Barre, VT Outfitting of a high-volume manufacturing facility tobuild DC Bus Capacitors for the electric drive vehicleindustry.Powerex, Inc. $8.1Youngwood, PA Creating an electric drive semiconductordevelopment, qualification, and production center.
ApplicantDOE Award(Dollars inMillions)Project Locations Project FocusAdvanced Vehicle Electrification
ElectricTransportationEngineering Corp.(ETEC)$99.8
Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ andNorthern California
Portland, Salem,Eugene andCorvallis, OR;Seattle, WA;San Diego, CA;Phoenix andTucson, AZ;Nashville,Chattanooga, andKnoxville, TNETEC and its partner Nissan will demonstrate up to5,000 Nissan electric vehicles with a 100 mile rangeand deploy up to 12,500 Level 2 and 250 Level 3chargers.Chrysler LLC $70
:Warren, MI and St.Louis, MO;
:11 partner fleetsDevelop, validate, and deploy 220 advanced plug-inhybrid electric pickups and minivans.South Coast AirQualityManagementDistrict (SCAQMD)$45.4
Diamond Bar, CA
Galesburg, MI andElizabethtown, KY;
50 different utilitiesand fleetsDevelop a fully integrated, production plug-in hybridsystem for Class 2 – 5 vehicles (8,501 – 19,500 lbsgross vehicle weight). Demonstrate a fleet of 378trucks and shuttle buses.Navistar, Inc.(Truck)$39.2
:Elkhart County, IN;
Portland, Chicago,and SacramentoDevelop, validate, and deploy 400 advanced batteryelectric delivery trucks (12,100 lbs. gross vehicleweight) with a 100 mile range.
Transportation Sector Electrification
Cascade SierraSolutions$22.2
Coburg, OR;
50U.S. truck stopelectrification sitesDeployment of truck stop electrification infrastructureat 50 sites along major U.S. Interstate corridors andprovide 5,450 rebates for truck modification to idlereduction technologies.
Advanced Vehicle Electrification + Transportation Sector Electrification
General Motors $30.5
several utilitypartners’ fleetsDevelop, analyze, and demonstrate hundreds ofChevrolet Volt Extended Range Electric Vehicles(EREVs) --125 Volt PHEVs for electric utilities and500 Volt PHEVs to consumers.Ford MotorCompany$30
Michigan andKansas City, MO;
several utilitypartners’ fleetsAccelerate the launch and commercialization ofPHEVs and EVs by partnering with 15 of America'sleading utilities. Deploy up to 150 plug-in hybridelectric vehicles, including 130 Ford Escape PHEVsand 20 Ford E450 Van PHEVs.Smith ElectricVehicles$10
Kansas City, MO;
Several partners’fleetsDevelop and deploy up to 100 electric vehicles, suchas “Ampere” (Ford Transit Connect EV), “Faraday”(Ford F150 EV conversions), Step Vans, and“Newton” medium-duty trucks.

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