Marshak's OTORO Energy Awarded $4.14 Million from DOE for Work on Batteries

The U.S. Department of Energy selected OTORO Energy, a company founded by Michael Marshak '02, for funding to manufacture flow battery technology for long-duration energy storage. The project will partner with Raytheon Technologies and the University of Colorado Boulder, where Michael is also an Assistant Professor of Chemistry focusing on batteries, catalysis, and renewable energy. As a postdoc, Michael helped develop Quino Energy, which was also awarded funding to scale up organic materials. Read the full story here.