Acculon Energy is a globally-recognized resource for combining energy storage, artificial intelligence (AI), and Internet-of-Things (IoT) to create next-generation lithium systems. Although our history is in the automotive industry, we now focus exclusively on helping non-auto, non-grid companies make a rapid, sustainable, safe transition to lithium technology.
Better, smarter, safer lithium solutions for everyone.
The origin of Acculon Energy can be traced to 2009 with the formation of CAR Technologies, LLC, one of today’s leading battery testing facilities and now a fully-owned subsidiary of Acculon. Since its inception, Acculon Energy has designed, built, and deployed solutions in the energy storage industry–from automotive systems to material handling, to consumer energy management. The Acculon team (technicity.io) has consistently deployed innovative artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions, B2C applications in areas such as recreational boating, functional safety, and grocery delivery, as well as IoT platforms in partnerships with some of today's most recognized technology companies.
Today's lithium-based energy storage systems are much more complex and risk-prone than legacy systems like lead acid and diesel, particularly in the cutting-edge vocations where they are being deployed. These additional complexities and risks introduce additional engineering challenges to the design-to-market cycle. When coupled with present-day sourcing and supply chain issues, and the need for sustainability, the ability to innovate and develop safe, reliable products becomes extremely difficult. OEMs need a unified and streamlined solution. Our unique combination of expertise and capability to take lithium programs from concept to commercialization, overcoming the technological and logistical obstacles, makes us truly one-of-a-kind.
Our headquarters and main manufacturing facility are located in Columbus OH, but our talent comes from all over the world. Because we are focused on quality, Acculon goes where the talent is rather than requiring it to come to us!
35% of transportation-related emissions are industrial + commercial vehicles. With construction and warehousing as the USA’s fastest-growing sectors, it’s critical that great resources are available to help to make cleaner vehicles now.