EnerDel CEO, Michael Canada, elected to Indy Chamber 2018 Board of Directors
For Immediate Release
INDIANAPOLIS – December 14, 2017 – EnerDel today announced that Michael Canada, EnerDel’s Chief Executive Officer, has been elected to serve on the Indy Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. “It is an honor to serve on the Indy Chamber Board of Directors,” stated Michael Canada. The Indy Chamber acts as a voice of progress and improvement in the region, helping to unite businesses and the community to maintain a strong economy and quality of life.
EnerDel is dedicated to becoming a premier business of choice for the local community. “One of our corporate goals is to become an employer of choice for the communities we serve. We believe it is vital for our business to fully engage in supporting the local community. We are working to meet this goal through job creation, workforce development, community engagement, and economic growth,” said Michael Canada. EnerDel continues to demonstrate its commitment by partnering with organizations and institutions like Indianapolis Public Schools, WorkOne, as well as being a host for internships with local high schools, colleges, and universities.
About Indy Chamber of Commerce
The Indy Chamber is a place where you can belong, be active and be here, along with other businesses and professionals interested in making Indianapolis a leading economic city. With a membership of nearly 2,500 businesses representing 235,000 employees in the Indianapolis region, the Indy Chamber is leading the effort to strengthen our business climate, revitalize our neighborhoods and enhance our region’s workforce.
About EnerDel Inc.
EnerDel Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in Indianapolis. It manufactures advanced, lithium-ion batteries and energy storage systems for the electric grid, transportation, and industrial applications. The company’s prismatic cell design and modular stacking architecture combine to provide customers with production-ready solutions that address their power and energy storage needs. For additional information, visit EnerDel.com.