Alternative Propulsion Systems/Components (92)
Suppliers of electric, hybrid and other emerging alternative propulsion technologies and components.
A123 Venture Technologies in Watertown, Massachusetts.
Research and development for lithium-ion batteries.
AC Propulsion, Inc. in San Dimas, California.
Designs and manufactures drive systems for electric cars. Products include electric motors and charging systems.
All Cell Technologies LLC in Chicago, Illinois.
Expertise in customized thermal management solutions for high power lithium-ion battery systems in applications such as hybrid electric vehicles and light electric vehicles.
Allied Motion Technologies, Inc. in Amherst, New York.
Designs, develops and manufactures advanced motion control technology including motor control and power conversion for robotics, automation and commercial vehicle applications. Expertise includes integrating power electronics, digital controls and network communications. Other product areas include heavy-duty truck HVAC air moving systems, drive-by-wire control system motors, liquid petroleum gas (LPG) system pump motors, fuel cell cooling system pump motors & drives, fuel pump motors, etc.
Allison Transmission, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A designer and manufacturer of commercial-duty automatic transmissions, hybrid propulsion systems, and related parts and services for on-highway trucks and buses, off-highway equipment and military vehicles.
Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. in Reno, Nevada.
A supplier of nanomaterials with potential applications in fuel cells and advanced energy storage devices.
Alternative Fuel Systems, Inc. in Calgary, Alberta.
A supplier of custom engine control modules and software, compressed natural gas fuel systems, CNG pressure regulators and injectors.
AMP Electric Vehicles, Inc. in Loveland, Ohio.
A supplier of electrified vehicles.
Arens Controls Company, LLC in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Product areas include traction inverters, power distribution modules and junction boxes for hybrid vehicle applications.
Asbury Graphite Mills, Inc. in Asbury, New Jersey.
A supplier of carbon-based raw materials to the automotive industry for brakes, lubricants, plastics and rubber, and for the fuel cell industry for the manufacture of plates.
Asbury Graphite Mills, Inc. in Kittanning, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of carbon and graphite products for use in applications such as friction materials, lubricants, fuel cells, cast metals, powder metal, paints, and coatings. Also supplies natural and synthetic carbon, related carbon products, and other raw materials.
Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corporation in Burnaby, British Columbia.
The fuel cell stack research and development center of Daimler AG and Ford Motor Company. Provides fuel cell stacks for automotive applications, including cars, buses, vans and trucks.
AVL North America, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Developes powertrain systems for internal combustion, hybrid and fuel cell engines. Provides powertrain test instrumentation, test systems and engineering services.
Axion Power International, Inc. in New Castle, Pennsylvania.
A developer of lead-carbon PbC® batteries and energy storage systems.
Ballard Power Systems Inc. in Burnaby, British Columbia.
Develops, manufactures, and markets electric drives for both fuel cell and battery-powered electric vehicles as well as power electronics for fuel cells, micro turbines, and other distributed generation products.
BorgWarner Automotive, Inc. in Pendleton, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures, remanufactures and distributes electrical, powertrain/drivetrain and related components for automobiles and light trucks, medium- and heavy-duty trucks and other applications. Products include starter motors, alternators, hybrid drive systems, engines, transmissions, torque converters, fuel systems and traction control systems.
Boston-Power, Inc. in Westborough, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of high energy density rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for the battery electric vehicle (BEV)and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) markets.
BYD America Corporation in Los Angeles, California.
A supplier of electric vehicles and related battery technologies. Site activities include sales, sales support, research & development, design for electric vehicles.
California Fuel Cell Partnership in West Sacramento, California.
A collaboration of automotive companies, fuel providers, fuel cell technology companies and government agencies for the purpose of promoting the use of fuel cell electric vehicles.
Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A non-profit, national industry association and source of services and support to Canadian corporations, educational institutions and business alliances promoting, developing, demonstrating, and deploying hydrogen and fuel cell systems and related products and services in Canada.
Clean Air Power, Inc. in Poway, California.
A marketer of technologies for the use of natural gas as the primary fuel for heavy-duty diesel engines such as natural gas and low emission components, catalysts and other aftertreatment technologies, and natural gas fuel systems.
Continental Automotive Systems U.S., Inc. in Dearborn, Michigan.
A product development, test and manufacturing facility. Application areas include power electronics, motor design and systems for electrical drives for hybrid and fuel cell vehicles. Produces hybrid and e-Drive components.
Continental Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Products include anti-lock brake systems, traction control systems, electro-hydraulic brakes, foundation brakes, brake assist systems, brake actuation systems, electro mechanical brakes, hybrid braking systems, electric and active parking brakes, tire pressure loss detection, electronic air suspension systems, etc.
Cummins Westport, Inc. in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Develops and markets heavy-duty natural gas engines from 195 to 320 horsepower for a wide range of automotive applications.
Curtis Instruments, Inc. in Mt. Kisco, New York.
A supplier of instruments, panels and motor speed controllers for battery-powered vehicles and equipment.
DENSO International America, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of powertrain control systems including diesel injection products, engine control components, and system control components. Electric systems including engine electrical products, safety and chassis systems products. Electronic systems including body electronics and electronic devices. Thermal systems including air conditioning, cooling systems, and environmental systems such as radiators etc.
Detroit Electric Holdings, Ltd. in Detroit, Michigan.
A prospective electric vehicle maker.
Digatron Firing Circuits, Inc. in Shelton, Connecticut.
Develops and manufactures computer-controlled test and formation equipment for automotive and other batteries. Other applications include storage devices for fuel cells.
Eaton Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio.
Expertise in component integration platforms for engine air management systems, powertrain and specialty controls. Produces mono- and multi-cylinder heads in aluminum or cast iron, diesel and gasoline fuel filters, oil filters, fuel vapor valves, and common rail diesel pressure/flow regulators, valvetrain products, superchargers, cylinder heads, locking and limited slip differentials, sensors, actuators, transmission control modules, mirror glass actuators, suspension controls, tire valves, decorative body moldings and fluid connectors including hoses, hose assemblies, fittings and adapters.
EiG America, Inc. in Mountain View, California.
A lithium-ion battery cell supplier with LEV, NEV and EV automotive applications.
Emerald Automotive, LLC in Hazelwood, Missouri.
A manufacturer of hybrid delivery vehicles.
EnerDel, Inc. in Greenfield, Indiana.
Specialises in advanced automotive lithium-ion battery (LIB) systems technologies for hybrid electric vehicle and other applications.
Envia Systems, Inc. in Newark, California.
A developer of battery technologies. Expertise includes lithium ion battery systems with applications for electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association in Washington, District of Columbia.
An industry association dedicated to fostering the commercialization of fuel cells in the United States. Members include the world's leading fuel cell developers, manufacturers, suppliers and customers.
General Motors Corporation in White Marsh, Maryland.
Produces transmission components, torque converters, etc. as well as electric motors and drive units for electric vehicles.
GM/UM Advanced Battery Coalition for Drivetrains in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A collaborative effort to accelerate the development of advanced batteries via experimentation and simulation to better understand and resolve issues related battery life and performance. Also will develop standards and tools for controls architecture; packaging; incorporation of cooling strategies; and thermal, electrochemical, and structural finite-element simulation.
GrafTech International Holdings, Inc. in Lakewood, Ohio.
A supplier of flexible graphite sealing and thermal solutions for internal combustion, electronic and fuel cell applications. Automotive applications include head gaskets, exhaust gaskets, throttle body gaskets, EFT gaskets for heat shields, squeak/rattle isolators, heat spreaders, GDL substrates and flow field plate components.
Greenlight Innovation Corporation in Burnaby, British Columbia.
A supplier of automated test stations for fuel cell stacks, fuel cell components, fuel reformers, electrolyzers and fuel cell systems as well as fuel cell diagnostic equipment. Services include fuel cell testing.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Berea, Kentucky.
Produces motors for hybrid electric vehicles.
Hybrid Design Services, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Services include specification development, engineering, design, supplier selection, prototype builds, testing, and validation. Experience includes developing, designing, and simulating NiMH & Lithium packs.
Hydrogen Engine Center, Inc. in Algona, Iowa.
Designs, manufactures and distributes flex and alternative fuel internal combustion engines.
Hydrogenics Corporation in Mississauga, Ontario.
A designer and manufacturer of fuel cell systems and on-site hydrogen refuelers. Fuel cell products include integrated fuel cell power modules (engines) in sizes ranging from 5 kW to 65 kW. Also develops and markets sophisticated fuel cell test systems used by most of the world's leading fuel cell development programs.
IAV Automotive Engineering Inc. in Northville, Michigan.
A powertrain engineering service provider in the fields of powertrain calibration, algorithm and software development, and system design for gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions (automatic, manual, AMT and DCT) and hybrid systems.
IMPCO Technologies, Inc. in Santa Ana, California.
A supplier of gaseous fuel management and storage systems and components that allow internal combustion engines and other propulsion systems to operate on alternative fuels such as natural gas, propane, ethanol, methanol and hydrogen used in fuel cells.
Inmatech, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A supplier of supercapacitor technology for automotive electric vehicle applications.
Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of fuel cell components. Products include membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs), fuel cell catalysts, and fuel processor catalysts. Services include precious metal refining and management as well as testing and analysis.
K2 Energy Solutions, Inc. in Henderson, Nevada.
A developer of lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries for hybrid electric vehicles and other applications.
Karma Automotive, LLC in Costa Mesa, California.
Produces plug-in electric-drive vehicles.
LEM USA, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of current and voltage sensors for CV, HEV, EV, and FCV vehicles for battery management, inverter, DC-DC converters, EPS, braking, etc.
Leyden Energy, Inc. in Fremont, California.
Provides expertise in the development of lithium-ion battery technology.
LG Chem Power, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Develops lithium-ion polymer battery cells as well as battery management systems for electric, hybrid fuel cell vehicles and other applications.
LG Electronics USA, Inc. in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
A supplier of components for electric vehicle powertrain as well as electrical systems applications.
LIM Technology, LLC in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
Expertise in the research and development of direct injection 2-stroke engines. Service includes design and testing of special projects and fabrication of machined parts of titanium and aluminum. Designs, fabricates, assembles and tests experimental engines. Capabilities include fabrication in iron, steel, aluminum, titanium, other metals and most plastics.
Magna Electronics Technical Center in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A developer and supplier of electric propulsion and energy management systems for hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), and battery electric vehicles (BEV). Also develops automotive wheel interior hub motors.
Maxwell Technologies, Inc. in San Diego, California.
A manufacturer of ultracapacitors for use in automotive power applications such as continuously variable transmissions, hybrid drive trains, power net buffering and X-by-wire subsystems.
Mercedes-Benz Canada in Burnaby, British Columbia.
A fuel cell stack production facility. Note: Under construction. Production scheduled to start in 2013.
Modine Manufacturing Company in Racine, Wisconsin.
A supplier of automotive, heavy duty, truck, off-highway, and industrial heat exchangers for all vehicular and engine/powertrain heat transfer needs in the areas of charge-air-coolers, engine oil cooling, transmission oil cooling, fuel cooling, fuel cells, electronics cooling, as well as engine cooling modules and systems. Also supplies heavy duty aluminum radiators.
Nesscap Energy, Inc. in Toronto, Ontario.
A supplier of ultracapacitors. Automotive application areas include X-by-wire (electronically controlled braking and electric power steering); engine start (peak power and cold cranking); fuel cell vehicles (in-rush power supply and load leveling); micro/mild & full hybrid vehicles (energy storage, peak power assistance, and auxiliary power), etc.
Nexceris, LLC in Lewis Center, Ohio.
Products include fuel cell hydrogen sensors as well as NOx and NH3 sensors. Expertise includes lithium-ion batteries, solid-oxide and hydrogen fuel cells.
NextEnergy Center in Detroit, Michigan.
A non-profit alternative energy technology incubator. Promotes the use of alternative energy technologies (AET) by supporting research, design, manufacturing, education, commercialization and marketing in the State of Michigan and elsewhere in the United States.
NOHMs Technologies, Inc. in Rochester, New York.
A developer of sulphur composite electrodes, electrolytes, and hybrid material thin-film separators for vehicle lithium sulfur battery applications.
Nuvera Fuel Cells, Inc. in Billerica, Massachusetts.
A designer and developer of fuel cell power systems, fuel processors, and fuel cell stacks.
Odyne Systems, LLC in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of hybrid propulsion systems for medium- and heavy-duty work truck applications. Products include parallel plug-in hybrid systems.
Ogura Industrial Corporation in Somerset, New Jersey.
A supplier of electromagnetic clutches and brakes for gas and diesel engine applications. Also supplies air pump blowers to circulate air within fuel cells.
Planar Energy Devices, Inc. in Orlando, Florida.
A developer, manufacturer and marketer of metallic-lithium solid state battery products for electrical and automotive uses.
Polypore, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A developer and manufacturer of specialized polymer-based membranes used in separation and filtration processes. Applications include the removal or separation of various materials from liquids as well as use as membranes in hybrid electric vehicle batteries.
Precision Combustion, Inc. in North Haven, Connecticut.
Develops and manufactures Microlith™ catalytic reactors for a range of applications, including engine exhaust cleanup, fuel processing, and fuel cell system oxidizers. Products are fast light-off catalytic converters for IC engines, fuel processing systems for providing hydrogen to fuel cells and catalytic oxidizers for fuel cell systems.
Primet Precision Materials, Inc. in Ithaca, New York.
Expertise includes lithium ion battery materials.
Protean Electric in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of in-wheel electric motor drive systems for hybrid, plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles.
Proterra, Inc. in Greenville, South Carolina.
A supplier of electric drive transit buses.
Proton Energy Systems, Inc. in Wallingford, Connecticut.
Designs, develops, and manufactures proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers to produce hydrogen from water.
Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc. in Lake Forest, California.
Specializes in designing and integrating complete OEM powertrain systems for a multitude of applications including alternative fuel, gasoline, diesel, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles.
Ricardo, Inc. in Van Buren Township, Michigan.
Designs and develops engines, transmissions, drivelines and vehicle systems and develops gasoline, diesel and fuel cell technologies. Other services include engine and vehicle acoustic development and refinement, system control/calibration and thermal management. Capabilities also include hybrid and electric vehicle battery pack development and testing.
Robert Bosch Battery Systems, LLC in Orion, Michigan.
Manufacturers of advanced energy storage systems for hybrid electric vehicles. Products include NiMH batteries for transportation and other applications.
Robert Bosch, LLC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Parts/components supplied include gasoline systems (engine management, modules and engine components, fuel injectors, sensors, ignitions, electronic throttle control, integrated air/fuel modules); diesel systems (electronic diesel control, air management, fuel injection management, exhaust gas management); chassis (antilock braking, traction control, electronic stability programs, brake assistance, sensors, hydraulic braking and components such as brake boosters & master cylinders, disc brakes, drum brakes, wheel modules); energy & body (alternators/starters, airflow systems, software and electronics, engine thermal management components, climate-control components, seating comfort, mechatronics for side doors & roofs, windshield and rear-window cleaning); car multimedia (indication & display instruments, car radios, cockpit electronics, HMI, navigation & driver info); electronics (electronic control units, electronic occupant-protection, driver-assistance, semiconductors, sensors, relays).
Sakti3, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A technology research firm focused on next-generation lithium-ion battery technologies and processes. Goals include the development and commercialization of advanced manufacturing methods for high-power batteries primarily for placement in electric vehicles.
Schunk Graphite Technology, LLC in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of carbon brushes and brushcards, carbon contacts, fuel cell plates, complete sub-assemblies, sintered bearings/powder metal parts and various components/ sub-assemblies for the automotive industry. Additional applications include seal rings for automotive water pumps, vanes and rotors, high temperature piston rings, and dies for metal casting.
Sion Power Company in Tucson, Arizona.
A supplier of rechargeable lithium batteries for electric vehicle and other applications.
Smith Electric Vehicles in City, Missouri.
A manufacturer of electric commercial vehicles.
SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. in Norman, Oklahoma.
A supplier of nanocomposite fibers and carbon nanotubes. Applications include light-weight structures and materials for lithium-ion batteries.
Superior Essex, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
A manufacturer of copper and aluminum enamelled magnet/winding wire products. Automotive applications include electric motors/generators for HEV, EV, PHEV, BEV, E-REV, NEV applications.
Tesla Motors, Inc. in Palo Alto, California.
A manufacturer of electric cars as well as battery packs and chargers to other vechicle manufacturers.
The Scuderi Group, LLC in West Springfield, Massachusetts.
Proprietors of advanced engine technology and developers of the Scuderi split-cycle engine.
TM4, Inc. in Boucherville, Québec.
Designs and manufacturer of electric drivetrains for electric and hybrid vehicle manufacturers. Areas of expertise include permanent magnet electric motors, generators and power-dense electronic converters.
Umicore Autocat USA, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive emission control catalysts. Services include the processing of base metals and precious metals into specialty materials for emission control catalysts.
UQM Technologies, Inc. in Longmont, Colorado.
A developer and manufacturer of power dense, high efficiency motors, precision gears and gear assemblies, wire harness assemblies, electronic boxes and circuit boards for the automotive markets including electric power systems for battery electric, hybrid electric and fuel cell electric vehicles, 42-volt under-the-hood power accessories.
US Nanocorp®, Inc. in Manchester, Connecticut.
A supplier of nanostructured battery electrode materials. Products include cathode materials, anode materials and electrolyte materials.
Valence Technology, Inc. in Austin, Texas.
A supplier of phosphate-based lithium-ion battery solutions for hybrid vehicle applications.
Visteon Corporation in Van Buren Township, Michigan.
A supplier of complete automotive systems, modules, and single components in the following areas: chassis, climate control, electronics, exterior/interior systems, glass, fuel systems, engine management and powertrain controls.
Westport Fuel Systems, Inc. in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A provider of alternative fuel systems and components. Areas of expertise include research, development, and marketing of high-performance engines and fuel systems which use gaseous fuels such as compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), hydrogen, and hydrogen-enriched compressed natural gas (HCNG).
Xebec Absorption, Inc. in Blainville, Québec.
A fuel cell technology provider and developer, manufacturer and supplier of advanced gas purification systems. Products include oxygen and hydrogen purification devices.
ZAP Jonway in Santa Rosa, California.
A supplier of electric car and trucks.