Auto parts company: UQM Technologies (UQM)

UQM Technologies UQM Technologies, Inc. (AMEX: UQM) was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Longmont, Colorado, USA. It has 51 full-time employees. Together with its subsidiaries, it develops, manufactures and sells electric motors, generators, and electric power in the United States and internationally. Electronic controller and fuel cell compressor .

UQM Technologies

UQM Technologies UQM Technologies (UQM):

UQM Technologies Inc is an American manufacturer of electric motors, generators, motor controllers, fuel cell compressor systems, and hybrid systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. UQM was founded in 1967 as Unique Mobility Inc and is headquartered in Longmont, Colorado. UQM’s products are sold directly to original equipment manufacturers.

UQM Technologies provides propulsion motors and generators, auxiliary motors, electronic controls and DC-DC converters for electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell applications. In addition, UQM Technologies also provides research, development and application engineering contract services.

UQM Technologies sells its products to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), tier-one suppliers of OEMs, and vehicle integrators in various markets, including passenger cars, mining vehicles, ships, military, aircraft HVAC, aircraft tugs, and automobiles And other markets, as well as commercial trucks, vans and shuttles.

UQM Technologies success stories :

UQM Technologies participated in the Unique Mobility Electrek vehicle in the late 1970s, which was a two-door 2+2-seater vehicle made of glass fiber reinforced plastic and powered by 16 six-volt batteries. Elecktrek uses regenerative braking, with a top speed of up to 75 mph, and a city driving range of up to 75 miles.

UQM provides PowerPhase propulsion systems for Zenith Motors space shuttle, RegenNautics ship application, Hino Motors electric city bus and Proterra electric compound bus, etc., and has been used in many concept cars, such as Audi A1 e-tron and Rolls Royce 102EX Electric car phantom. The PowerPhase Pro system was put into production in October 2011.

German company Ruf Automobile used UQM’s 150kW PowerPhase motor to convert the Porsche 911 into an electric version of the eRuf Model A.

In 2008, Boeing used UQM motors to achieve the first manned flight of a fuel cell-powered aircraft , creating aviation history.

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