AES and Beacon Power revisited - positive returns within reach

Lux's coverage of the recent U.S. Department of Energy loans for grid-scale storage (see the August 11, 2010 LRPJ) elicited responses from both of the loan recipients, AES and Beacon Power. John Zahurancik, Vice President of AES Energy Storage, claimed that the company is confident in their business...

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