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GE receives latest order for next-gen batteries

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Batteries from General Electric’s $100 million manufacturing plant in Schenectady will be used by a Rochester-based power company. According to an announcement earlier this week, GE’s new Durathon Batteries will be incorporated into a power-on-demand system from Arista Power, Inc. This is the first major contract publicly announced for the Schenectady plant, which went online in January and sent its first batteries to an undisclosed company in South Africa. “We’re very pleased that Arista Power ...

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