• John Petersen
    Axion Power International $AXPW.OB announced the receipt of UL and CSA certification on its new Power Hub product for high end residences.
    1/4/13
    Reply (10)
    • jakurtz: Nice!
      1/4/13
    • bd4uandu: Not to loud John or the Government will start a sur tax on it or maybe they will subsidize it for the masses.
      1/4/13
    • Patrick Young: Haven't heard anything about the HUB lately.
      8/20/13
    • John Petersen: I think the HUB was harder to sell than the marketing group that instigated its development believed it would be.
      8/20/13
    • Patrick Young: But ultimately Axion wants to roll out PbC, and let other people build the systems around the technology like Epower is doing, right?
      8/20/13
    • John Petersen: Exactly! A couple long-term stockholders with marketing backgrounds believed they could sell the HUB so Axion built a product. They couldn't
      8/20/13
    • Patrick Young: Because sodium metal requires power and is at dangerously high temps, it is not a competitor for PbC in residential or critical backup power
      8/20/13
    • Patrick Young: obviously putting a tesla battery on the wall for residential renewabl grid regulation is wack
      8/20/13
    • Patrick Young: so i could see a SunPower or GE licensing/buying PbC batteries in turnkey solutions they sell to the consumer
      8/20/13
    • John Petersen: Molten salt is a very good and extremely safe battery technology. The heat seems scary, but it's very well managed.
      8/20/13