Primus Power to Receive Fourth and Fifth U.S. Patents

HAYWARD, CA.  May 27, 2012 -- Primus Power, a leader in grid-scale energy storage, has received Notices of Allowance for two additional U.S. patent applications from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.  These patents will be the fourth and fifth U.S. patent issued to Primus since November 2011.  Allowed patent application entitled “Electrochemical Energy System” covers the design of the Company’s innovative flow cell system and stack, while application entitled “Metal Electrode Assembly for Flow Batteries” covers the design of the Company’s innovative electrode assembly.  Collectively, the Company’s five U.S. patents cover key innovations on chemistry, cell design and battery operation.


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