PowerGenix

  • Clients interested in commercialization should wait 12 months to monitor the impact of ongoing contracts; many leads, but no certainty
  • Shipping product to a potential high-volume customer, continues to make progress towards volume with its licensing partner EnerSys, but the volume of th...

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