Suppliers of traditional vehicle batteries as well as hybrid batteries and components.
A123 Venture Technologies in Watertown, Massachusetts.
Research and development for lithium-ion batteries.
Adient, Ltd. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of automotive systems and facility management and control. Products include seating and interior systems such as seats, overhead, door, instrument panels, trim, storage and batteries.
Advanced Prototyping, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A prototype supplier of plastic aluminum and zinc parts. Process used are stereolithography, selective laser sintering, plastic casting, injection molding.
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.
ams USA, Inc. in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Designs and manufactures high performance analog integrated circuits (ICs) for automotive applications. Provides IP for safety critical inductive and magnetic solutions. Standard products include a turnkey FlexRay product family, flexible and scalable battery management solutions, application specific SBCs and magnetic encoders as well as application specific ICs for customers (ASIC) with a focus on safety critical applications.
Analog Devices, Inc. in Norwood, Massachusetts.
A supplier of high performance analog, mixed-signal, digital processing, and MEMS ICs for the demanding signal processing requirements of automotive safety, security, infotainment, powertrain, body and chassis electronics systems.
AVX Corporation in Fountain Inn, South Carolina.
A manufacturer of passive electronic components including capacitors, circuit protection devices, connectors, filters, varistors, crystals and timing devices. Automotive application areas include safety, engine control, infotainment and chassis control.
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.
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.
Daramic, Inc. in Owensboro, Kentucky.
A supplier of automotive deep cycle battery separators.
Dayton T. Brown, Inc. in Bohemia, New York.
Services provided include product design and engineering, prototype manufacture, final production, testing, technical writing & documentation and the development of complete test systems. Capabilities include dynamic, climatic, EMI/EMC, hydraulic/pneumatic, optical, mechanical, structural, fatigue, safety & survival testing as well as conformance inspection & failure analysis thru metallurgy, magnetic particle, dimensional, and X-rays.
Dekko Automotive Technologies in Ardmore, Alabama.
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.
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.
E&M Power in Binghamton, New York.
Designs and manufactures custom electronic power conversion products. Automotive application areas include test equipment as well as hybrid electric vehicle fuel cell and utracapacitor energy storage systems.
East Penn Manufacturing Company, Inc. in Lyon Station, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of batteries and accessories produced with own lead, oxide and plastic parts for its flooded, gel and absorbed glass mat batteries.
Eaton Corporation in Tualatin, Oregon.
A supplier of battery isolators, DC-DC converters, and low voltage disconnectors, etc.
EiG America, Inc. in Mountain View, California.
A lithium-ion battery cell supplier with LEV, NEV and EV automotive applications.
Electrovaya, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
Supplier of batteries and battery technologies.
Endura Plastics, Inc. in Kirtland, Ohio.
A custom injection molder and assembler. Products range from interior assemblies to under-the-hood components produced from high temperature thermoplastics. Specializes in brake reservoir assemblies and engine control module componentry. Services include injection molding with full engineering design capabilities, decorating, welding (sonic, hot-plate & spin), machining, etc.
EnerDel, Inc. in Greenfield, Indiana.
Specialises in advanced automotive lithium-ion battery (LIB) systems technologies for hybrid electric vehicle and other applications.
EnerSys Inc. in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Manufacturer of sealed-lead rechargeable batteries for automotive and light truck 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.
Exide Technologies in Alpharetta, Georgia.
A manufacturer of SLI batteries. Products also include accessories and chargers.
FMC Corporation in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of lithium-based materials for battery applications.
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.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Manufactures automotive electronics and electrical parts and systems including airflow sensors, throttle bodies, engine and transmission control modules, alternators, distributors, ignition coils, idle speed control valves, electronic throttle controls and transfer case control modules.
Hollingsworth & Vose Company in East Walpole, Massachusetts.
Providers of products with applications in engine filtration, air and liquid filtration, battery separators, gasket materials, air bag media, and specialty and industrial nonwovens.
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.
Interstate Batteries System of America, Inc. in Dallas, Texas.
Provides battery products and related accessories.
ITW Motion in Frankfort, Illinois.
Designs, develops and manufactures components and assemblies for the automotive and other industries including battery charge indicators, dampers and latches, gears and gear box assemblies, headlamp adjusters as well as pivoting hardware.
K2 Energy Solutions, Inc. in Henderson, Nevada.
A developer of lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries for hybrid electric vehicles and other applications.
Key Plastics L.L.C. in Northville, Michigan.
Capabilities include engineering, program management and production services to the automotive industry. Products include interior trim (radio bezels, climate control components, instrument cluster components, louvers), headrests, floor consoles, assist handles, exterior ornamentation (door handles, trim, ornamentation), and underhood components (injection molded pressurized coolant reservoirs, injection molded pressurized power steering reservoirs). Additional capabilities include assembly of injection-molded components, Class A exterior and interior painting, multiple interior surface decoration technologies, an accredited testing laboratory along with a CAD/CAE department with in-house rapid prototyping.
Keystone Electronics Corporation in Astoria, New York.
A manufacturer of precision electronic interconnect components and hardware in metallic or non-metallic materials. Products include battery hardware; fuse clips and holders; terminals & terminal boards; spacers & standoffs; panel hardware; computer brackets; plugs & sockets; pins; eyelets; rivets; grommets; bumpers & bushings; LED lens caps & holders. Facilities include a fully integrated tool & die shop with engineering/production capability for precision stampings and assembly.
Kyocera America, Inc. in San Diego, California.
Designs, manufactures and assembles ceramic microelectronic substrate/packaging and interconnect solutions for a broad range of electronic controls. ECU substrate applications include dash-boards, engines or powertrains. Substrate/packages are also used for sensors, switches, navigational aids, ignitions, voltage regulators, electric engines, antilock systems, etc. Services also include the manufacture of various high frequency, liquid crystal, optics, ceramic material utilized in ITS components.
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.
Mercedes-Benz Canada in Burnaby, British Columbia.
A fuel cell stack production facility. Note: Under construction. Production scheduled to start in 2013.
Microplastics, Inc. in St. Charles, Illinois.
Services include insert molding (prototype and production) and associated assembly, including potting application, welding and soldering. Automotive applications include filters, ECU housings, sensor housings and connectors for safety electronics, braking, ignition, door electronics and all other vehicle electronics systems.
NEC TOKIN America, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A producer of cathodes and anodes for lithium-ion batteries. Other automotive products include neocapacitors, maganese dioxide-type chip tantalum capacitors, large current-type SMD choke coils, SSB coils, normal-mode choke coils, common-mode choke coils, EMI cores, thermal reed switches, magnets, EMC chip filters, SBPSC coils, super capacitors, reedless power inductors, OH coils, power relays, etc.
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.
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.
Oberg Industries, Inc. in Freeport, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of metal stampings, micro tolling, plastic injection molding, insert molding, product assembly, and reel-to-reel plating. Services include stamping, molding, forming, plating, machining, and grinding.
Planar Energy Devices, Inc. in Orlando, Florida.
A developer, manufacturer and marketer of metallic-lithium solid state battery products for electrical and automotive uses.
PolyPlus Battery Company, Inc. in Berkeley, California.
A developmer of lithium/air and lithium/seawater battery technologies.
Primet Precision Materials, Inc. in Ithaca, New York.
Expertise includes lithium ion battery materials.
Quick Cable Canada Limited in Mississauga, Ontario.
A manufacturer of heavy-duty battery accessories, connectors lugs, pre-made battery cables, heat shrink tubing, wire/cable and related wiring products for heavy-duty trucks, bus, automotive and other applications.
Quick Cable Corporation in Franksville, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of heavy duty electrical connectors, cable products, protective products and chemicals for heavy duty trucks, buses, batteries, and industrial applications.
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.
Royal Die & Stamping Company, Inc. in Carol Stream, Illinois.
A supplier of tools and dies. Services include molding, assembly and prototyping. Specializes in high speed stamping and the production of intricate parts. Products include stamped battery terminals, eyelet terminals, connectors and other electronic components.
Simbol Materials in Pleasanton, California.
A supplier of lithium, manganese, and zinc battery materials. Products include lithium carbonate for use in electric vehicle battery applications.
Sion Power Company in Tucson, Arizona.
A supplier of rechargeable lithium batteries for electric vehicle and other applications.
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.
StockCap in Arnold, Missouri.
A supplier of product protection solutions such as plastic caps and plugs, rubber plugs, rubber caps, and rubber stoppers for general protection of tubes, etc. and paint masking applications.
The LM Group in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A full service injection molder with full tool building facilities. Capabilities include full program management for initial concept through production of component. Experience includes all thermoplastic resins and a wide range of engineered resins. Automotive products include boxes, electrical components, under-hood and dash support brackets, water deflectors and splash shields.
Thermotech in Hopkins, Minnesota.
A contract manufacturing company specializing in precision injection molding and assembly. Automotive applications include electronics (sensors, brush holders, motor gear boxes, connectors, bobbins/coil forms), fuel systems (canisters, throttle bodies, vapor management components, pump components, injector bobbins) and braking (anti-lock brake modules, speed sensors, and pistons).
Tianhai Electric North America, Inc. in Pontiac, Michigan.
A manufacturer of wiring harnesses and battery cable assemblies.
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A supplier of electrical and electronic engine components.
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.
Valeo, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive components such as transmissions, climate control, engine cooling, lighting, electrical and wiper systems, motors and actuators, security systems, switches and electronics.
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.
Water Gremlin Company in White Bear Lake, Minnesota.
A supplier of lead battery terminals.
Winzeler Stamping Company in Montpelier, Ohio.
A metal stamper. Products include clamps, brackets, hose connectors, cans, caps, tanks, sleeves, shells, inserts, accumulators, receivers/driers, deflectors, housings, ferrules, etc. Automotive application areas include fuel delivery systems, fuel rail components, steering system components, steering linkage systems, power brake components, engine cooling system components, HVAC components, and NVH components, etc. Materials capabilities include stainless steel, carbon steels, HSLA Steel, aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, and other specialty alloys.