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Purdue University VisitMay 4 2016
Since the corporate move to Evansville, IN, the support from state and local officials has been tremendous. There is a focus here to grow and support industry, and business resources available in this area are abundant. Yesterday, a team from the Purdue University Technical Assistance Program were onsite in Evansville working with Integral on an ElectriPlast advanced manufacturing project.
Advanced Battery ConceptsApr 28 2016
We first met with Advanced Battery Concepts (ABC) in June of last year. It was clear early on, that Ed Shaffer and his team's bi-polar battery was advanced beyond anyone else in the industry. With ABC, we produced our first prototype battery for The Battery Show in November of 2015. At the show, it was evident that ABC is recognized by the battery industry as the technological leader in lead acid bi-polar batteries. Over the last few months, we've had the opportunity to work with several of the North American battery companies. Because of ABC's advanced technology, manufacturing and testing capabilities, and personnel, it makes ABC an ideal company for us to be collaborating with at this point. We've been working on the details of the agreement for the past few months, and we should have the first batteries produced in a few weeks. Below are three videos that talk about ABC and their bi-polar technology.
Welcome to the new ConductiveApr 27 2016
Welcome to the new home of Conductive. This blog format allows for more dynamic presentations of company news, events and industry developments. Conductive is now capable of displaying video content as well. Content will be added regularly, you’ll want to add this to your bookmarks and check back often.
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