K2 Energy Solutions

  • Licensed manufacturer of LFP batteries, competing in crowded space with little differentiation; potential customer turnover, low margins
  • Completed initial evaluation programs with military customers, and is also active in medical, electric mobility, and stationary energy storage
  • Has broken ground on n...
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