Ener1 improves its client profile by adding Hyundai Heavy Industries and Toro

Ener1 – a developer and manufacturer of high performance lithium-ion batteries for hybrid and pure electric vehicles – signed two new customers – Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Toro – to receive its Li-ion batteries. Hyundai Heavy Industries in Korea is contracted to receive Li-ion battery packs...

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