VAN BUREN TWP., MI – Ricardo Inc. opens a $2 million battery systems development center outside of Detroit, a facility the engineering firm considers state-of-the-art for the burgeoning research field. “We think the linchpin to electric vehicles and hybrids is batteries, and that’s what this lab is all about,” says Ricardo President Dean Harlow. The 2,650-sq.-ft. (246-sq.-m) center will provide Ricardo customers with the industry’s most comprehensive and integrated range of capabilities ...

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