Metal-air battery startup Fluidic Energy emerges out of stealth, but not with a mobile application

After six years of stealthy operation, battery startup Fluidic Energy has shown its first prototype: a large zinc-air (Zn-air) battery for off-grid applications. Arizona State University's Cody Friesen founded Fluidic in 2007, and the company has attracted more than $56 million in investment, not...

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