• #1 Power Sports

    Battery Supplier in the World

  • We Never Stop Innovating

    Renewable Energy Supplier

  • Standards for Over 100 years

    High Reliability Telecom Batteries

  • Powering Your World


Welcome To GS BATTERY (U.S.A.) INC.

GS Battery (U.S.A.) Inc.  is an American subsidiary of GS Yuasa Corporation of Japan, the world leader in motorcycle and standby storage batteries, which serves the power sports, telecommunications, UPS, and the emergency lighting markets. GS Battery (USA) Inc. recently entered the renewable energy photovoltaic and storage market in North America.    GS Battery’s headquarters’ in Roswell, Georgia, is the home of the 1st Commercial Solar array with storage in the state of Georgia.

GS Yuasa Corporation’s businesses include the manufacture and supply of batteries, power supply systems, lighting equipment, specialty and other electrical equipment.   In order to allow us to offer products and services that best meet the needs of our customers around the world, we are continually making modifications and improvements to our R&D, manufacturing, and distribution systems, ensuring that they have a global focus.

As technological innovation accelerates in the energy and environmental fields, new values are required in the storage battery industry. These challenges serve to motivate us and we continually advance with new products and new technologies into the changing world before us.    Our corporate slogan, “Next to you”, is where we seek to be as we work towards meeting the needs of the changing world.

We give 100% to making your life richer, to turning your dreams into reality, and to help build a common future for everyone.

GS Yuasa Corporation News Release



GS Battery serves the U.S. market with two main product lines and an established distribution network:

      • Valve-Regulated Lead-Acid for home security systems, toys, emergency lighting, communications equipment, telecommunications back-up, uninterrupted power supplies.
      • Motorcycle Batteries for motorcycles, jet skis, and all-terrain vehicles.