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    1. Tesla Has a New Public Competitor in Power Storage

      Tesla Has a New Public Competitor in Power Storage

      Eos Energy Enterprises uses zinc-based batteries to hold electricity generated by facilities such as windmills. The technology has the potential to be less expensive than the lithium-based batteries Tesla uses. Eos Energy Enterprises completed its merger with a special-purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, on Monday, and began trading on Tuesday under the ticker EOSE. Both companies offer the ability to store power produced by renewable but unpredictable assets such as solar power so that it can be used when demand is the highest.

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    2. How Batteries Will Change the Power Business

      How Batteries Will Change the Power Business

      STERLING, MASS.—Until recently, this tidy, quiet town in central Massachusetts was best known to outsiders for its eight-acre corn maze out by Davis Farmland, and for a little statue near the corner of Main and Park immortalizing the lamb that is said to have followed young Mary Sawyer to school one day in 1812, inspiring a well-known poem. Lately, however, Sterling welcomes visitors from far away who don’t come for outdoor fun or nursery rhymes.

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