GE Energy Storage Technologies, a New Orleans-based unit of GE Transportation, last month introduced its battery technology for utility companies. Under the brand Durathon, the sodium-based batteries can have an operable life of up to 20 years, providing an alternative to costly new power generation.
“Utility companies are facing unprecedented challenges and we’re working with them to create a better energy system, one that can bring energy to customers where it’s needed, when it’s ne
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