Lead Carbon Battery Evaluation
We are seeking an expert/organization to advise on development of and market information on, a new lead-carbon battery.
We are writing to you if you may know of someone within your organization who may be interested in this consulting project. As our client wishes to engage with a consultant urgently, we would be pleased if you could indicate by return if you may be able to assist.
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title search for an expert/organization to advise on development of and market information on a new lead-carbon battery.
Our client has developed a new lead-carbon battery, that has both long cycle life and low cost. They have identified that the initial market would be the stop-start battery for micro hybrid vehicles.
The company wishes to engage with an expert/organization, with automotive industry experience, ( preferably lead-carbon ), who can assist them in the following areas;
• assessment of assumptions that underpin their analysis in terms of relative costs, specifically;
a) their battery vs vrla/agm batteries specifically designed for stop-start.
B) their battery vs traditional sli car batteries.
C) that automakers would prefer the long life of their battery vs vrla/agm batteries.
D) assist to identify other strength/weaknesses beyond lifetime and cost such as; utilization of existing flooded battery production assets reducing the overall investment for production, ability to install in the engine bay etc
• assist the client understand the key concerns with their technology and the level of characterization that they would need to complete, before they engage with potential customers/partners.
The expert/organization would ideally be able to give an accurate assessment i.E – an insiders view of what the client has and how a customer would respond to the client’s battery and ideally be able to indicate interested partners/customers.+5 Other Responses
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