ReVolt teams up with BASF to develop rechargeable zinc-air battery technology

Last week, rechargeable zinc-air battery developer ReVolt Technologies announced that it’s entering into a joint development agreement (JDA) with BASF to commercialize its technology in a wide variety of applications. When we spoke to CEO James McDougall about the JDA, he said ReVolt’s two primary t...

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