The carbon-graphite foam, lead acid batteries created by Firefly Energy are a bit closer to production now that the company today announced a MoU with lead acid battery maker NorthStar Battery Company. This agreement means Firefly's 3D batteries should be in production by the fourth quarter of this year.
Remember the carbon-graphite foam, lead acid 3D and 3D2 batteries we told you so much about a while back? Well, the U.S. Army likes what Firefly Energy has been doing with the batteries, and this week awarded the by Peoria, IL-based company $5 million to develop and manufacture the technology, according to Dan Green, who's connected to Firefly.
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