Carbon Motors begins work on recyclable vehicle
Cleared to develop former automotive brownfield site in Indiana, Carbon Motors will design, develop, manufacture, distribute, service, and recycle purpose-built law enforcement patrol vehicle.
CarbonMotors Corporation has been advised by the U.S. Department of Energy that itsapplication has been deemed Substantially Complete, clearing the first majorhurdle in the process of obtaining a $310 million loan under the provisions ofthe Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. Carbon Motors Corporation isa homeland security company on a mission to design, develop, manufacture,distribute, service, and recycle, the world’s first purpose-built lawenforcement patrol vehicle.
Motors has engaged HOK Architects to redevelop an environmentally contaminated
site in Connersville, IN, into a sustainable campus to house
Carbon’s headquarters, research and development, production, service, sales,
training, and vehicle recycling operations. Connersville
was once home toautomakers Auburn, Cord,
Duesenberg, Ansted, Empire, Lexington
Motors recently named Michael D. Cowley, former executive product development
manager for Global Powertrain Fuel Systems in North America and Europe for all vehicle lines at Ford Motor Company, as
powertrain director for Carbon Motors. Cowley will have responsibility for the
development andintegration of engines and transmissions into Carbon’s E7, reportedly
the world’s first purpose-built law enforcement patrol vehicle.
more at www.carbonmotors.com .
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– Edited by David Greenfield , editorial director
Control Engineering Sustainable Engineering News Desk