Connect with us

Automotive Aftermarket Manufacturing

Johnson Controls Power Solutions Is Now Clarios

The Johnson Controls Power Solutions business becomes a new entity, positioned to capitalize on growing global power demands.


Clarios, formerly Johnson Controls Power Solutions, has today relaunched as a new entity and world leader in advanced energy storage solutions. Clarios was acquired by Brookfield Business Partners and now operates as a global energy storage business generating $8 billion in revenues with more than 16,000 employees, 56 facilities worldwide and 130 years of expertise. The new company says it will build on its leading position in vehicle battery technologies – producing one-third of the automotive industry’s total output per year – while more aggressively exploring ways to meet the fast-growing energy storage needs of tomorrow.


“At Clarios our vision is to power progress by creating the world’s smartest energy storage solutions that benefit people, business and the planet,” said Joe Walicki, president, Clarios. “As a global leader with a product used in virtually every vehicle from conventional to fully electric, we are well-positioned to capitalize on market trends, including a move toward more electrified and autonomous vehicles which are elevating the critical role of the battery and accelerating the need for more advanced batteries. Under Brookfield’s ownership, we can better capitalize on these growing trends and operate with more focus and efficiency.”

Battery technology has become increasingly important because today’s vehicles house more than a hundred electrified devices to comply with growing industry regulations and to support consumer demands for safety, fuel economy, comfort and sustainability. In addition, with the growing shift toward more autonomous vehicles, advanced safety features will become even more critical, requiring a proven, reliable energy storage solution. Clarios says it will continue to provide the highest-quality products and service to the world’s leading companies and brands while also investing in the people, processes and technologies to help meet these growing demands and power even greater mobility and connectivity in the future.


The company will maintain its current global manufacturing and operations footprint, including its corporate headquarters in Glendale, Wisconsin.

For more information, visit:



Sponsored Content

Warn Your Customers About Water Pump Failure During the Summer