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Ener1 abruptly ends deal with Think, says investment was "impaired"

Back in October of 2007, Ener1 and Think Global inked what was hailed as the largest contract for lithium-ion batteries in automotive history. Under terms of that agreement, Ener1 was to deliver li-ion prototype packs to Think in March 2008

EnerDel gets ready for the smart grid with one-megawatt systems in Oregon

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Ener1 has half-dozen electric vehicle, PHEV announcements up its sleeve

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Ener1 gives upbeat conference call, talks about Th!nk deal

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Th!nk still has pulse, Ener1 to purchase stake, may build in U.S.

After its virtual collapse last month, there are now renewed signs of life at Norwegian EV maker Th!nk. Ener1 Group Inc., which owns 57 percent of U.S. battery maker Ener1, is one of the investors in Th!nk and Ener1 had been set to supply Th!nk with lithium ion battery packs for its City car, as well as future products. According to Ener1 CEO Charles Gassenheimer, the company is looking at significantly upping its ownership stake in Th!nk. Half of the $5.7 million cash infusion that Th!nk receiv

Ener1: Think's possible bankruptcy not a problem. Yet

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