1. GE Durathon battery plant nearly complete

    GE Durathon battery plant nearly complete
    The battery is made of cells each the size of a toothpaste box, assembled into suitcase-sized modules. About 20 of these modules would be used for a data center; about 200 for a utility grid. GE expects much of its battery business to come from emerging markets, such as Southeast Asia and India, which have weak or no power grids and extreme climates.
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