A positive reaction: Reactive Technologies secures $15m funding boost for smart grid expansion plans

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An ultracapacitor developed by Reactive for the National Grid (credit: Reactive Technologies)
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An ultracapacitor developed by Reactive for the National Grid (credit: Reactive Technologies)

Major backers eye technology firm's potential to support grid decarbonisation efforts

Grid technology firm Reactive Technologies is to launch a global expansion drive following the successful completion of a $15m investment round, the company has announced. The UK and Finland-based firm...

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