EnerG2 Wins $21.3M in Stimulus Funding to Build Ultracapacitor Materials Plant in Oregon


University of Washington start-up EnerG2, an advanced materials company focused on energy storage, has scored a $21.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to build a new manufacturing plant in Albany, OR. The funds are part of a total of $2.4 billion in federal stimulus grants announced today to speed up the manufacturing and development of next-generation batteries, energy storage technologies, and electric vehicle components.  Read the complete press release at the EnerG2 website.