Traditional, electric and hybrid-electric vehicles all depend on lead batteries for starting, lighting, ignition capability, voltage regulation and reliable energy storage. Every U.S. mass-produced car and truck (more than 270 million) rely on this essential energy source to help power the transportation and logistics networks that move the people and materials that fuel our economy.
Advanced lead battery technology is powering the future of transportation and revolutionizing the way we think of energy storage. Without this cost-effective, safe and reliable technology, modern life would come to a grinding halt.
Lead batteries safely transport Americans 35 million times each weekday via public transportation. Fulfillment centers like Amazon that ship 3 million packages a day, rely on lead batteries to power forklifts and delivery trucks to help operations run smoothly. In fact, more than 65 percent of all forklifts in the U.S. contain and rely on lead batteries. A constant in this dynamic environment is the reliability of lead batteries to keep our vehicles and our businesses moving.