Energy storage platform provider Powin is teaming up with other leading partners in the global supply chain to bring manufacturing to the United States. The company has secured supply agreements with key partners that are expanding manufacturing capabilities in Tennessee, Georgia and South Carolina.
Powin currently procures battery cells from global vendors that are strategically establishing manufacturing facilities in key U.S. locations. This initiative not only enhances domestic production capabilities but also ensures a steady supply of high-quality battery cells, a critical component of Powin’s advanced energy storage platform.
Powin is also collaborating with new contract manufacturers for the assembly and integration of the company’s Stack750 Energy and Collection segments. By leveraging the expertise of these contract manufacturers, Powin aims to accelerate the production process, meet growing market demand and maintain the highest standards of product quality and reliability.
Powin is also reinforcing its commitment to supporting local industries by sourcing HVAC systems exclusively from U.S. manufacturers. This not only stimulates the American economy but also ensures the integration of energy-efficient cooling systems within its energy storage solutions.
“Our investments in the U.S. supply chain underscore our commitment to quality, on time delivery, and local economic growth,” said Stuart Bolland, Powin’s Chief Operating Officer. “By collaborating with established and emerging manufacturers across multiple states, we are positioned to transform the energy storage landscape in America.”
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