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  • Energy Conversion's United Solar Ovonic, which is separately filing for bankruptcy relief, makes thin-film solar products for commercial rooftops.

    The Seattle Times

  • Chevron owned a part of Ovonic batteries the company that made Ni-MH cells.

    Is there an electric vehicle in your future?

  • The team plans to go ahead with a solar array on the roof by United Solar Ovonic.

    Taliesin Prefab Studio Update 1

  • With Ovonic-powered cars likely to hit the market by 1997, Stempel can wait.

    Stempel's Revolution

  • Those years of hobnobbing at the Bloom-field Hills Country Club have already paid off in the form of a joint venture between Ovonic and GM to mass-produce car batteries, which will be sold to anyone interested in making electric cars.

    Stempel's Revolution

  • At General Motors, Stempel was king; at Ovonic, he doesn't even have an office.

    Stempel's Revolution

  • The cost of solar electricity is coming down rapidly, according to Ovonic, and with "suitable infusion of money to build new plants," industry experts and Energy Department officials predict "grid parity" by 2015, the very earliest new reactors could come on line under optimum conditions.

    Harvey Wasserman: No-Nukers Sing a New Green Tune

  • I was humbled to see just how good the existing articles on "DVD" and "Ovonic unified memory" were in the Wikipedia.

    Wikipedia

  • "We are pleased to continue and extend our relationship with GS Yuasa, a global leader for consumer rechargeable batteries," said Michael Fetcenko, President of Ovonic Battery Company.

  • Through its United Solar Ovonic subsidiary, the company manufactures, sells and installs thin-film solar laminates that convert sunlight to clean, renewable energy using proprietary technology.

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