Johnson Controls partners with university on energy storage tech

Johnson Controls will partner with Lawrence Technological University (LTU) in Southfield, Michigan to identify and validate new energy storage technologies within the total vehicle system.

The research will facilitate Johnson Controls' ongoing efforts to help automakers meet fuel economy and emissions standards, help consumers save money at the pump and deliver improved vehicle performance.

Johnson Controls will donate and install test equipment and deploy technical resources to the university to propel academic and applied research into optimizing vehicle and battery design.

The partnership with Johnson Controls is part of a broader effort by Lawrence Tech to proactively respond to the needs of its corporate partners with innovative academic and research programs.

LTU is leveraging its faculty expertise and research facilities in energy storage systems, electrification applications, modeling and simulation, and vehicle testing to assist Johnson Controls in meeting its progressive research-and-development objectives.

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