EnerDel Expected to Reveal Lithium Battery Plant Plans

The company has applied for a $480 million federal loan that would allow for a significant manufacturing expansion.

Published: 21-Jan-2010

Lithium battery-maker EnerDel appears to be on the cusp of revealing plans for a new manufacturing plant near Indianapolis.

Gov. Mitch Daniels is scheduled to join EnerDel executives on Thursday for a 1 p.m. economic development announcement at the company’s 8740 Hague Road headquarters.

As IBJ reported earlier this month, EnerDel has requested permission from Hancock County officials to set up manufacturing operations at the Mount Comfort business park east of Indianapolis. The county’s Board of Zoning Appeals is scheduled to hear the request Jan. 28.

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