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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
West Michigan has a role in federal-funded electric vehicle battery research.
New, expanded research on smaller, cheaper and more powerful batteries for electric vehicles, funded with $120 million from the U.S. Department of Energy over the next five years, will be led by the prestigious Argonne National Laboratory and will include Johnson Controls in Holland, plus the University of Michigan and Dow Chemical Co. in Midland. The announcement from the DOE came Nov. 30. Read More
A new energy research team funded by the U.S. Department of Energy to work on advanced batteries and energy storage will include the MSU Bio-economy Institute in Holland and another research lab at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Read More