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Integral Shareholder Meeting/Open HouseNov 5 2016
Germany Votes to Ban Production of Gas Powered EnginesOct 12 2016
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Conductive Plastics 2016Sep 28 2016
Battery Show Booth 2016Sep 16 2016
Bob and Mo visited the ABC booth at The Battery Show 2016 this week in Novi, MI. It is always good to see our friends at ABC.
The Battery Show 2016 PresentationSep 15 2016
Bob presented to a large audience yesterday at The Battery Show 2016. He was part of a panel of presenters that spoke on Refining and Improving Lead-acid Technologies. His presentation was on applications of Bi-polar Plate Technology to New Opportunities in the EV/HEV Automotive Market. Other speakers on the panel with Bob were, Scott McCaskey - East Penn Corp., Maureen Murphy – Hammond Group and Yunfeng Lu PhD – UCLA.
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