International Battery shuts its doors, but the grid storage market remains open for business

International Battery shut its doors in early March, 2012, letting 80 workers go and leaving behind millions of dollars in debts to both private investors and the state of Pennsylvania (see the March 30, 2011 LRSGJ). International Battery cited the reason as its inability to make a profit or raise a...

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