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ASU’s Laboratory for Energy And Power Solutions (LEAPS) is cooperating with Sweden-based TEXEL Energy Storage on a project to bring new battery technology toward commercialization in the U. S. “The technical innovation enables utilization of renewable energy and storage in new ways, and this allows development of new business models that will accelerate the global transition to a no-carbon, lower cost, and more resilient economy. We are pleased to work with TEXEL on both the innovation and the vision of a greener future” said Dr. Nathan Johnson, Associate Professor at Arizona State University and Director of LEAPS.

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