Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann is set to detail a partnership this morning designed to help raise the global profile of the Battery Innovation Center in southern Indiana. The announcement will include a check presentation by Duke Energy for $1 million toward the initiative. March 30, 2015

News Release

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Lt. Governor Ellspermann will host the announcement of a partnership between the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC), Duke Energy and the Battery Innovation Center (BIC) for a new clean energy initiative which will position Indiana’s BIC to become a global center for energy storage technology. Duke Energy will also present a check for $1 million to fund the project and field tests at two Indiana schools.

When:nMonday, March 30th @ 10:30a.m.

Where: Statehouse


Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann

Indiana Senator Eric Bassler (District 39)

Indiana Senator Jim Merritt (District 31)

David Stippler, Indiana Utility Consumer Counselor

Duane Embree, Executive Director, Indiana Office of Defense Development

Doug Esamann, President, Duke Energy Indiana

David Roberts, President, Battery Innovation Center

Paul Mitchell, President & CEO, Energy Systems Network

Source: The Office of Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann

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