Items Tagged with 'Johnson Controls'
Earning reputation as ‘fix-it guy,’ Jack Johnson helps bring advanced energy to companies big and small.
Jack Johnson’s work has earned him the reputation of a problem-solver. The co-founder and director of operations for Holland-based Volta Power Systems takes his experience as an engineer to the market of lithium-ion energy. Read More
An auto supplier with a large presence in the region and its Chinese partner are entering into a joint venture that will be the world’s largest supplier of automotive interiors. Read More
Johnson Controls said Monday that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its automotive electronics business to Visteon Corp. for $265 million. Read More
Auto parts supplier Gentex is buying Johnson Controls' HomeLink business for $700 million. Read More
Johnson Controls, which makes lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles at its Holland plant, will provide the batteries for a U.S Department of Energy project involving large plug-in hybrid trucks. Read More
Johnson Controls is scheduled to begin production of battery packs this spring at its advanced battery plant in Holland for a German company’s 80-horsepower all-electric outboard boat motor. Read More
West Michigan — already an important area in the state for electrical vehicle battery production — accepted an expanded role in advanced battery research with the news from the Department of Energy in late 2012 that a new $120 million multi state research effort led by Argonne National Laboratory will include Johnson Controls in Holland. Read More