Quidnet Energy, a grid-scale energy storage start-up, raised its first round of seed funding from the Sorenson Impact Foundation, the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation, PRIME Coalition, and individual investors.
About Quidnet and Prime
How Quidnet works
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