Well Regarded Atlanta Business Publication Covers JTEC
With Sparefoot.com ranking Atlanta as #1 for engineering jobs, JTEC is located in the right place to help shape the future of energy technology.
Watch the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 8 minute video on Johnson Battery Technology and the JTEC.
New Website Reflects Growing Interest in High Efficiency Thermal Converter
As Johnson R&D continues to develop exciting advances in converting thermal energy to electricity, the JTEC is garnering attention by large companies and government departments. The new site aims to explain the JTEC feasibility and potential for companies looking for exponential cost-savings in converting waste heat or solar heat to electrical energy.
Atlanta’s NPR Station 90.1FM WABE broadcast a story about JBT and CEO Lonnie Johnson (who also oversees the JTEC development). You can read the story here, on WABE’s website, or listen to the broadcast recording on the same website page.
Sister Co. JBT Partners on Battery Technology Custom Development.
The global energy company has engaged Johnson R&D and JTEC’s sister company, JBT, for a custom battery design. JBT will design a battery for a pressure temperature gauge used in BP’s field work. The JTEC of Johnson R&D has the potential to use JBT technology to store electrical energy created by the JTEC.