Energy storage gets a boost with SunPower grant and GM investment

Energy storage technologies received an influx of cash for utility and vehicle applications from two high-profile sources recently. SunPower has landed a $1.8 million grant from the California Public Utilities Commission establishing a pilot program aimed at demonstrating the integration of their cr...

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