Xtreme Power

  • Xtreme Power went bankrupt in early-2014, and was purchased by Younicos
  • The company was not able to sell its battery production facility, but Younicos continues to operate its existing storage systems
  • Offers technological improvements over lead acid at a lower capital expense than...

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