PODCAST: Printed Batteries—An Interview with Gary Johnson, President and CEO of Blue Spark John Edwards   |  June 6, 2009 Although not yet powerful enough to drive everyday products like cell phones or digital cameras, an emerging generation of thin, flexible, paper-based batteries is now finding a home powering tiny label displays, smart cards, RFID tags and other mobile devices requiring only modest amounts of energy.

UPM Raflatac and Blue Spark Technologies partner to drive new battery assisted passive RFID research and product development Tampere, Finland and Cleveland, Ohio, USA — March 23, 2009 — UPM Raflatac www.upmraflatac.com and Blue Spark Technologies announce that they have recently formed a partnership specifically targeted towards

Best in Show
Blue Spark Technologies announced as finalist for Best in Show award at RFID Journal Live 2009.

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President & CEO, Gary Johnson, appears on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss the value of thin printed battery products. View Interview

Blue Spark Technologies Opens Cleveland-Area HQ Facility Powered by ‘Innovation’ Funding from Ohio Department of Development

Ohio Lt. Governor and Westlake City Council President Will Speak at Nov. 24th Grand Opening Showcasing State-of-the-Art Development and Testing Facility for Blue Spark’s Thin, Flexible, Eco-Friendly Printed Batteries