Indianapolis-Based Company Lands Canadian Deal


Indianapolis-based EnerDel has been selected to provide upgrades to a fleet of buses in Canada. Société de Transport de Montréal in Quebec has selected EnerDel’s lithium-ion Energy Storage System for their Nova Bus parallel-hybrid fleet.

Michael Canada CEO of EnerDel says “the agreement includes a five-year extended warranty, import and delivery to Canada, installation, recycling of the fleet’s former batteries, technical training and diagnostics tools.” EnerDel has successfully executed this deal in less than 7 weeks from the order.

“EnerDel’s lithium-ion NMC technology and battery pack design demonstrated over 8 years of commercial service in thousands of on-road applications ranging from passenger cars to rail vehicles. We continue to grow our market share in the transit industry by working actively with end users, drive train system providers and vehicle OEMs” said Tomasz Poznar, vice president of transportation at EnerDel. “Industry requirements evolve and can only be met with strong technical products and customized solutions. We are extremely proud to announce this new customer commitment and prove again our market leading position.”

EnerDel has also partnered with Quebec-based B3CG Interconnect Inc. in efforts to build school bus batteries. In 2014, EnerDel made the decision to partner with B3CG Interconnect in plans of launching over 10,000 all-electric vehicles by 2017.

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