EnerDel

  • Ener1, now privately owned, was rebranded as EnerDel after bankruptcy
  • The comapny has a combined 240MW of lithium ion manufacturing capacity between its plants in Korea and Indiana
  • Recently EnerDel furloughed 65 employees at its two Indiana locations due to low production rates
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