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Cell assembly line, Johnson Controls, Holland, Mich.
At Johnson Controls’ Meadowbrook advanced battery center in Holland, Mich., the first facility in the United States to produce complete lithium-ion battery cells and systems for hybrid and electric vehicles, employees develop innovative technologies that play a role in helping automakers achieve the new fuel economy standards, establish U.S. leadership in advanced vehicle manufacturing, spur economic growth, and create high-quality domestic jobs in cutting edge industries across America.
Johnson Controls is one of several major U.S. research institutions and industrial firms that form the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, a public-private partnership that aims to overcome critical scientific and technical barriers and create new breakthrough energy storage technologies.
Image courtesy of Johnson Controls