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Last $0.85 USD
Change Today +0.0621 / 7.86%
Volume 52.1K
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4120 Specialty Place

Longmont, CO 80504

United States

Phone: 303-682-4900

Fax: 303-682-4901

UQM Technologies, Inc. develops, manufactures, and sells power dense, electric motors, generators and power electronic controllers for the commercial truck, bus, automobile, marine, and military markets. Products The company offers a range of motors and controllers for electric, hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric and fuel cell electric commercial trucks, vans, buses and automobiles. Its principal products include propulsion motors and generators with power ratings from 50 kilowatts to 250 kilowatts, auxiliary motors and electronic controls and DC-to-DC converters. The company’s core electric propulsion products are PowerPhase HD 220; PowerPhase HD 250; PowerPhase HD 950T; PowerPhase Pro 100; PowerPhase Pro 135; and Auxiliary Motor Systems. PowerPhase HD 220: Designed for medium and heavy duty trucks and buses. PowerPhase HD 250: This product is designed for trucks and buses. PowerPhase HD 950T: Also designed for heavy duty trucks and buses, this product delivers especially high torque performance compared to the PowerPhase HD 220 and 250. PowerPhase Pro 100: Designed for smaller passenger vehicles. PowerPhase Pro 135: The PP 135 offers slightly higher performance for passenger vehicles than the company’s PowerPhase Pro 100. Auxiliary Motor Systems: Multiple products are offered for compressor, pump and fan applications, including a family of motor/controller systems for fuel cell air compressors, an integrated motor/controller for aircraft air conditioning compressors, and an integrated motor/controller for aircraft air conditioning condenser fans. The company offers variations of the motors in custom configurations, as well as custom hybrid solutions to individual customer specifications. The company also sells four types of DC to DC converters at 1.6 kilowatts and 2.2 kilowatts levels, each available at two different voltage output ranges. Markets The company focuses primarily on the transportation markets, with an emphasis on the commercial truck and bus space, followed by automotive and then marine, military and other. The company developed two basic frame size propulsion systems: the PowerPhase Pro for passenger car, light commercial applications, light duty marine and other lighter duty applications and the PowerPhase HD lineup of products for heavier commercial bus and truck applications and heavier duty marine and other HD applications. The company also utilizes these products, customized versions of these products and all new custom solutions in these markets to meet various customer requirements. The company provides motor and controller systems for full-electric, hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell applications. The company also provides units for auxiliary systems, including motor and controller systems for the aircraft and fuel cell air compressor markets. Commercial Trucks, Vans and Shuttles: The company supplies propulsion systems to Boulder EV, a developer and manufacturer of all-electric delivery trucks and work utility vehicles, under a multi-year supply agreement. The company also supplies electric propulsion systems to Electric Vehicles International (EVI), a developer and manufacturer of all-electric medium-duty delivery trucks, under a multi-year supply agreement. EVI is also developing a range extended electric vehicle for PG&E to convert their truck fleet from gasoline engines to electric. During fiscal year 2014, the company announced that Zenith Motors, LLC selected the company as the sole supplier of powertrain systems for their shuttle vans. Passenger Buses: The company supplies electric propulsion systems to Proterra, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of all-electric composite transit buses, under a three-year supply agreement. The company also provides electric propulsion systems for Hino Bus, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation, for their electric city-buses. In 2014, the company announced that PT Sarimas Ahmadi Pratama of Jakarta, Indonesia is using its motors and controllers for their all-electric 17-passenger bus. The company is in discussions with other potential Chinese customers to supply its products for both all-elect

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