A123System's grid stabilization application hinges on partnership

Last week, we moderated a panel discussion on utility-scale energy storage organized by the New England Clean Energy Council. Among the participants was A123 Systems’ Ric Fulop, who said the company is working with investor General Electric to use A123's battery technology for grid “stabilization.” ...

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