Ioxus's asymmetric hybrid ultracapacitor attracts impressive investors for grid and industrial storage

Ioxus – an ultracapacitor and asymmetric hybrid ultracapacitor manufacturer – recently raised $21 million from investors including GE, ConocoPhillips, NRG Energy, Schneider Electric, and Braemer Energy Ventures - an impressive list of investors for a historically undifferentiated ultracapacitor comp...

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