Richard Baxter, author of the popular non-technical primer on energy storage and a well respected financial analyst of "Cleantech" points out the pitfalls ahead for America's new battery start ups in the first of his new column in BEST magazine.
The race to develop advanced batteries continues to captivate the U.S. Cleantech community as the potential market expands into the tens of billions of dollars. Many start-ups continue to be launched, showing promising and innovative advancements in electrochemistry.
Fuelled by the venture community, some of these firms find success progressing through a . . .