April 18, 2014
EnerG2 Takes Energy Storage Innovation From UW Lab to Factory
By Benjamin Romano, Xconomy A year after opening a $28.5 million factory, Seattle-based EnerG2 is looking like a textbook example of laboratory innovation in a strategically important industry generating U.S. high-tech manufacturing jobs, with an assist from Uncle Sam. Someone page Joe Biden. The company got a $21.3 million Department of Energy stimulus grant covering three-quarters of […]

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