ANN ARBOR, MI – Greater cooperation is needed between the U.S. auto industry, government and academia to ensure the nation stays competitive with electric-vehicle research and development, says Johnson Controls Vice President Mary Ann Wright. Work between the three sectors has improved recently, Wright tells Ward’s at Battery Congress 2011 here, but the relationship must mature more quickly for the U.S. to keep pace with developments in Asia. “Our traditional model has not been one of ...
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