Associate Professor Cody Friesen - Photographer: Pete Zrioka/ASU

Associate Professor Cody Friesen. Photographer: Pete Zrioka/ASU

Associate Professor Cody Friesen’s ASU spin out, Fluidic Energy, has been featured in a Fortune.com article. Fortune details how the company’s zinc-air batteries, often paired with solar storage components to create self-sufficient power grids, are being deployed to telecoms, utilities and governments across the developing world.

Fluidic Energy recently added Madagascar to its growing list of remote areas that will count on sustainable, low-cost power — a list that now tallies 75,000 batteries at 1,200 different sites across the world.

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