Utility-scale storage and infrastructure giants AES and Siemens team up in preemptive power consolidation move

In July 2017, AES and Siemens announced that they will be launching a joint venture to take advantage of the growing global stationary storage market. Called Fluence, the 50-50 jointly-owned company will sell stationary storage systems to utilities and commercial and industrial businesses worldwide....

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