INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Upstart EnerDel Inc. is one of the smaller players in the booming worldwide race to develop and market advanced lithium-ion battery systems for automotive applications, but the company’s CEO sees its size as an advantage. “We think some of the bigger companies can’t move fast enough to meet the innovative and new technology demands customers are asking for,” Charles Gassenheimer, chairman and CEO of EnerDel-parent Ener1 tells Ward’s following a dinner here ahead of a ...

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