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Enova and Remy Inc. to Develop Revolutionary Electric Drive System

Thu, 07/08/2010 - 7:40am
TORRANCE, Calif.-- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Enova Systems, Inc., a leading innovator of proprietary hybrid and electric drive systems propelling the alternative energy industry, announced it will collaborate with Remy Inc. (Remy) to develop a new electric drive system based on the Omni controller and Remy HVH motor. Remy is North America’s largest independent manufacturer of advanced electric propulsion motors. Remy’s patented design and assembly technology have been in production since 2006 and are currently powering vehicles around the world.

“The optimized controller-motor solution we are developing demonstrates the strong technology heritage and commitment to customers that Enova continues to bring to the hybrid and all-electric vehicle market.”

“This will allow Enova to apply its state-of-the-art Omni controller technology to Remy’s advanced new HVH permanent magnet motors to deliver a high-performance solution for hybrid and all-electric vehicles,” said Enova CEO and President Mike Staran. “Combined, these two technologies and the expertise behind them create a solution that will enable vehicle manufacturers and system integrators to more easily and efficiently develop reliable, high-performance drivetrains.”

John Weber, Remy CEO, added, “Remy is proud to collaborate with Enova as a provider of drivetrain solutions for this market. Whenever we collaborate, we seek innovative companies like Enova that are dedicated to reliability, quality and the customer.” The companies signed a non-exclusive Letter of Intent on June 30. Said Staran, “The optimized controller-motor solution we are developing demonstrates the strong technology heritage and commitment to customers that Enova continues to bring to the hybrid and all-electric vehicle market.”

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