Rolling blackouts could mean big business for slow burning Atraverda, writes Gerry Woolf
I have to confess to a slight snigger when I've seen the term "Bipolar" in relation to lead-acid batteries. I naturally think of the psychiatric condition— the mood swings, the manic behaviour, the highs and the lows. I'm probably undiagnosed myself. I wonder how many high and lows investors at Atraverda have had because lead‑based bipolar technology has taken an awfully long time to come to fruition.
But I should know better. I've known that if you get . . .