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ALABC and CPT receive Low Carbon Champions award

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The Advanced Lead-Acid Battery Consortium (ALABC) and Controlled Power Technologies (CPT) have received a Low Carbon Champions Award.

The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnerships (LowCVP) Low Carbon Champion Awards celebrate outstanding and innovative practice in accelerating the shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and reducing road transport emissions

ALABC and CPT picked up the ‘Low Carbon Innovation by an SME’ award for their low cost LC Super Hybrid technology.

They showed that significant CO2  reductions can be achieved through electric hybridisation at low voltages (12-48 volts) complemented by the breakthrough of new chemistry lead-carbon batteries. 

Picture caption: Allan Cooper, European coordinator at ALABC (left), with Nick Pascoe, chief executive of CPT

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