Speaking in Michigan, President Barack Obama said that there is nothing wrong with America, but there is something wrong with American politics.
President Barack Obama’s visit to an advanced battery facility in western Michigan is expected to highlight how technology could help automakers reach new fuel efficiency standards.
Much of Michigan’s Democratic political establishment congratulated A123 Systems Inc. for making its 1,000th Michigan hire Monday in an event at A123’s new Romulus battery components plant.
ALTe Powertrain Technologies, the Auburn Hills developer of a range-extended electric powertrain, last week signed a letter of intent to form a joint venture with Plymouth-based Inmatech Inc., a developer of advanced supercapacitors, to produce and sell hybrid electric storage devices composed of batteries, supercapacitors and control electronics.
Consumers who buy plug-in electric vehicles could get a rebate of up to $7,500 at the point of sale. This, under legislation proposed by U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow
Ford Motor Co. Monday announced it will add 7,000 new hourly and salaried jobs between this year and next in the United States, many in high-tech engineering areas.
Future worldwide demand for some types of electric vehicles may be over-hyped, according to one research firm.
General Motors announced an agreement with Zurich, Switzerland’s ABB Group to work together on pilot projects for re-using the batteries from the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle, which hasn’t even gone on sale yet. The two companies […]
Building battery plants in Michigan. Rehabilitating New York’s Staten Island Ferry Terminal. Cutting a new highway through Nelsonville, Ohio. In a report being released Friday by Vice President Joe Biden, the White House pushes back […]
“Governor Granholm, this is your friend Barack Obama…” A phone call from the President livened up the audience at a lengthy dedication ceremony for the A123 Systems lithium ion battery plant in Livonia. “This is […]