The AMI business unit of England’s Ultra Electronics said Thursday it had secured an $870,000 contract to provide 30 of its solid oxide fuel cells to the U.S. Army’s Rapid Equipping Force.
The latest personnel and boardroom announcements from Michigan’s technology-focused businesses and institutions.
The latest personnel and boardroom notices from Michigan’s technology-focused institutions and companies
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Ann Arbor-based Adaptive Materials Inc. has repaid its $6.27 million Michigan 21st Century Jobs Fund loan after its acquisition by United Kingdom-based Ultra Electronics. The loan wasn’t due for another six years.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-based companies and institutions, before they’re posted on the GLITR IT Calendar.
Ann Arbor-based Adaptive Materials Inc., a pioneer in designing and building working fuel cells, has been acquired by UK-based Ultra Electronics Holdings plc. The new owners say AMI’s Ann Arbor employment will continue to grow.
Ann Arbor-based Adaptive Materials, a manufacturer of fuel cells powered by propane, has been awarded $1 million to conduct a manufacturing research project for the United States Army. The focus of Adaptive Materials work will […]
WWJ Newsradio 950, Detroit’s only all news radio station, and its e-publication GLITR (the Great Lakes Innovation And Technology Report), Wednesday announced the winners of the inaugural GLITR Awards. The awards are presented to Michigan-based […]
Ann Arbor-based Adaptive Materials Inc. said Wednesday that it had been awarded the $1.5 million Phase II option of their existing Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract to provide 50-watt solid oxide fuel cells to […]