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Six Agencies Supported Thirty-Nine Battery and Energy Storage
Initiatives with a Variety of Key Characteristics
Agencies' Initiatives Were Fragmented and Had Overlapping
Characteristics but Did Not Demonstrate Clear Instances of
Agencies Reported Coordinating Their Initiatives with Each Other
and Internally through Several Activities
Agency Comments and Our Evaluation
Appendix I Objectives, Scope, and Methodology 32
Appendix II Batteries and Other Energy Storage Technologies 40
Appendix III Federal Battery and Energy Storage Initiatives 42
Appendix IV Selected Questionnaire Responses for Federal Battery and Energy
Storage Technology Initiatives 49
Appendix V GAO's Questionnaire for Federal Agencies with Battery and Energy
Storage Initiatives 58
Appendix VI GAO Contact and Staff Acknowledgments 73
Table 1: Agency Battery and Energy Storage Initiatives and
Funding Obligations, Fiscal Years 2009 through 2012
Table 2: Number of Initiatives Supporting Each Type of Technology
Table 3: Number of Initiatives Supporting Battery and Energy
Storage Technology Uses
GAO-12-842 Batteries and Energy Storage
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