Energy Storage Makes Lux Research’s Innovation List

Technology intelligence firm Lux Research has published its quarterly list of the ten most innovative companies in the broad field of emerging technology. Energy storage, which has been a fixture in recent lists, is represented yet again, this time by Imprint Energy. The forecast for its “best-in-class thin-film battery technology” is “positive”.

Lux Analyst Jon Melnick views Imprint’s offering as something avant garde and full of potential. He cited the low cost, flexibility and compact size as the technology’s strengths, all of which could be harnessed for a variety of commercial uses. For the Lux Research’s complete list, click here.

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