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Thanks for that reply, hogey. In regard to Panasonic batteries in Ultra... I understand that, however, Ultra was purchased by Hero Motors very, very recently. Don't know if that will have any effect, probably not, on their battery supplier. I am interested to know if the new brand: Hero Eco will use Electrovaya. All the information I have about an Electrovaya-Hero Motors link is just that: Electrovaya batteries being used by the Hero Motors product, but it may be a new ball game since Hero Motors bought out Ultra Motors. I do not have any information either way on that subject, but if you do.... PLEASE post it, thank you so much. Keep posting on the Canadian energy storage issue, I share your enthusiasm for the potential benefit to Electrovaya in that area and, in fact, I really believe that if Electrovaya ever "breaks out" on the price per share situation that it will more likely be due to their developments in energy storage than anything else. I do remain, however, hopeful regarding the issue of Ebikes. Just bought an Ebike myself yesterday. Unfortunately it comes with a different kind of battery, a LiFePhosphate battery... but in doing the internet search for Ebikes I have come across many different kinds that offer a LiPO (Lithium Polymer) option..... many more than I had anticipated. Again, hogey, thank you very much for your input and please keep posting. Bill