Hromadka, Erik
October 2008
Indiana Business Magazine;Oct2008, Vol. 52 Issue 10, p10
The article reports on the significance of the investment made by EnerDel in Indianapolis, Indiana. During the press conference of the company, Ulrik Grape, chief executive officer (CEO), announced its plan to make an investment in the state, wherein it will become the home of lithium-ion batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles. The move is foretold to generate approximately 850 jobs in the locality.


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