Menahem Anderman at GM with Greg Maclean, John Guerin, William Wallace, Ronn Jamieson, Mark Verbrugge and Joe LoGrasso.
Dr. Anderman at Ford R&D in Aachen Germany
Dr. Anderman with SK Corporation in Korea
Interviewing Toyota in Toyota City, Japan
TBC clients over the past 20 years have ranged from Silicon Valley startups to some of the world's largest corporations. TBC produces multi-client industry reports, offers consulting services, and battery-related legal work.
TBC helps technology professionals to focus development work in order to maximize value and helps business executives to better understand existing technology against market demand and competing suppliers. Founder and President Dr. Menahem Anderman is a broad-based battery industry executive who has held numerous technical and business executive positions in the industry before becoming a battery consultant, and has directed the development of high-power NiCd and Li-Ion batteries. He is unique among battery consultants for having both technical and business background. Kevin Konecky, TBC consulting associate, complements Dr. Anderman’s expertise with his skills as a battery systems engineer and his experience in managing energy storage system design and validation.
In 2001, Dr. Anderman formed Advanced Automotive Batteries (AAB) as a division of Total Battery Consulting to provide updated information on the rapidly growing advanced automotive battery market. AAB's activities include organizing two international Advanced Automotive Battery Conferences annually. AABC Europe 2016 was held in Mainz, Germany, January 25 - 28, and AABC AABC 2016 was held at the COBO Center in Detroit from June 13-17, 2016.
AABC Europe 2017 will be held in Mainz, January 30-February 2, and AABC 2017, in San Francisco, June 19-22.
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