Nickel chemistry storage from A to Zinc: PowerGenix challenging market incumbents

PowerGenix, a rechargeable nickel-zinc battery developer, and EnerSys, a major global player in energy storage products, signed a licensing and product development agreement on March 22, 2012 (see the October 6, 2010 LRPJ). PowerGenix is licensing its technology to EnerSys for a variety of applicati...

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