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Keeping Pace Newsletter

KP063016BThe ALABC publishes this bi-weekly newsletter free-of-charge to keep membership, media, key policyholders, and other interested parties informed of developments, events, articles, and other news about the consortium or the lead-acid battery industry.

Current and past issues can be accessed at the Keeping Pace archive page.


For a free subscription, contact Anita Wright at [email protected].


ALABC U.S. Battery Policy Blog

In an effort to provide a more industry-friendly overview of the current U.S. regulatory landscape, John Howes produces this bi-weekly blog to keep members and other stakeholders up-to-date on federal policies affecting the lead-acid battery industry.

Current and past issues can be accessed at the U.S. Battery Policy Blog archive page.


Library of Published Articles

Many of the findings resulting from ALABC research have been published in international electrochemical and technical journals. Click here for a complete listing of these papers.


Research Reports

Automatic distribution of research reports generated as part of the ALABC program is limited to members of the consortium. Non-members interested in obtaining research reports should contact the ALABC directly for report pricing or membership information.


Informational Pieces

The ALABC has produced various white papers, one-page collaterals and fact sheets to better explain the concepts of particular research programs and industry concepts. Please click on the title to download a PDF version of the document.


Overview of the 2016-18 ALABC Program - NEW!


Industry Benefits from the 2013-2015 ALABC Program - NEW!

ADEPT Demonstration Fact Sheet - NEW for AABC!

Kia Optima T-Hybrid Demonstration Fact Sheet - NEW for AABC!


Real World Performance: Lead-Carbon Batteries and Real Demonstrations


Lead Carbon Natural Gas Hybrid Vehicle Represents the Best of Both Worlds


Advanced VRLAs Taking Hold in Stationary Energy Storage


Do Hybrid Electric Vehicles Use Lead-Acid Batteries? Yes! Here’s why.


The Advanced Lead-Acid Battery: The Greatest Unknown Recycling Story


Lead Carbon Technology: Has the Obvious Been Overlooked?


Introducing the LC Super Hybrid


The Mild-Hybrid, Lead Acid Advantage