NGK's sodium sulfur battery technology gets recognition in DOE-funded projects

We spoke at the Investing in Energy Storage Technologies 2007 conference that took place last week in New York City, where companies deploying bulk energy storage technology were out in force. In particular, we heard about several implementations of sodium sulfur (NaS) technology. Companies like AES...

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