Volta Power Systems, a producer of advanced energy systems, has moved into a new 15,000-square-foot manufacturing facility located at 12550 Superior Court in Holland Township, Mich.
Volta previously occupied a 7,800-square-foot facility on James Street in Holland but needed more space to accommodate rapid growth among RV business customers, according to the company. Volta will utilize 3,000 square feet of the space for offices and the remainder to manufacturing, R&D and fulfillment of their advanced energy systems.
“We are excited about the move and the growth we’ve experienced,” said Jack Johnson, co-founder of Volta. “This move validates the decisions we’ve made since our founding in 2014 and shows that our technology and its diverse benefits are the future of energy storage.”
Volta will initially fill half of the 30,000-square-foot space, with the additional 15,000 square feet available for another tenant or additional future growth. Lakewood Construction built the facility, and also has a master plan for an additional 30,000 square feet for a total of 60,000 square feet when needed.
The new facility features two loading docks, high-efficiency LED lighting, natural lighting throughout and electrostatic discharge-reduced static flooring designed for safe electrical manufacturing work.