Edelman handles Fluence, clean energy storage technology company, as it files an S-1 statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission ahead of its initial public stock offering.
The Arlington, VA-based company is a venture created in 2018 between Germany's Siemens battery-based storage group and AES Corp. power generation company.
Fluence says it's the leading pure-play provider of energy storage globally. It calls battery energy storage technology the center of the clean energy transition as more renewables are added to the grid, and the transportation sector moves towards electrification," according to its S-1 form.
The company chalked up $430M in revenues for the nine-month period ended in June and a $75M net loss.
Edelman's Julia Fisher handles media for Fluence Energy, while Alison Mickey is the company's director of communications.
Fluence's shares will trade on the NASDAQ.