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September 04, 2015 3:28 PM ET

Electrical Equipment

Company Overview of EnerDel, Inc.

Company Overview

EnerDel, Inc. designs, builds, and manufactures lithium-ion energy storage solutions and battery systems for heavy duty transportation, on and off grid electrical, mass transit, and task-oriented applications. It offers lithium-ion cells, modules, packs, battery and storage systems, and battery management systems. It also provides recycling, spare parts, and technical support services. The company was incorporated in 2004 and is headquartered in Greenfield, Indiana. It has facilities in the Indianapolis area, as well as a manufacturing facility in Korea. EnerDel, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Ener1, Inc.

3023 Distribution Way

Suite 100

Greenfield, IN 46140-6837

United States

Founded in 2004

Phone:

317-703-1800

Fax:

317-585-3444

Key Executives for EnerDel, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Operations Director and Corporate Controller
President of Ener1 Europe
Age: 54
Chief Techonlogy Officer
Head of Manufacturing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

EnerDel, Inc. Key Developments

Ideal Power and Enerdel Sign Strategic Alliance Agreement for Mobile Hybrid Power Systems

Ideal Power, Inc. and EnerDel, Inc. have signed a Strategic Alliance Agreement. EnerDel is developing a new line of Mobile Hybrid Power Systems (MHPS) that will integrate Ideal Power's 30kW hybrid converter, EnerDel's lithium-ion batteries, and proprietary control systems with a diesel generator. EnerDel's new 3(rd) generation MHPS is designed for both remote and grid-tied microgrid applications that depend on diesel generators as the primary power source and is expected to be commercially available later this year. EnerDel's Mobile Hybrid Power System (MHPS) offers up to a 70% reduction in diesel fuel consumption compared to stand-alone generators, and has been tested by the United States Army Corps of Engineers' Engineer Research and Development Center (USACE-ERDC) in Champaign, Illinois. EnerDel expects its 3(rd) Generation MHPS to further reduce diesel consumption and costs, while offering other benefits to commercial, industrial, utility and government customers. The new MHPS will be a family of modular products starting from a 30kW - 40kWh base system sold by EnerDel worldwide.

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