How Indianapolis Is Reinventing Itself as the Electric Vehicle Capital of the Midwest
If electric van upstart Bright Automotive and battery producer EnerDel can deliver product as well as they’ve generated publicity, central Indiana stands to gain thousands of manufacturing jobs.
But drowned out by reports of potential jobs and the millions of dollars in federal funding the two have landed are other companies toiling in the emerging hybrid automotive market, albeit as quietly as the electric motors on a Toyota Prius.
In fact, meld Bright and EnerDel’s lineup with components made by other firms, such as Remy International, Indy Power Systems and Light Engineering, and you’d practically have all the key components for a plug-in vehicle.
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