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New ultracapacitors may mean the death of batterys

certain death (947081) writes | about 7 years ago

Power 1

certain death writes "According to Technology Review a Texas based company has developed a new Ultra Capacitor that could possibly make Lead Acid and Lithium Ion batteries a thing of the past.

A secretive Texas startup developing what some are calling a "game changing" energy-storage technology broke its silence this week. It announced that it has reached two production milestones and is on track to ship systems this year for use in electric vehicles. The full story can be read on the technology review website located here. http://www.technologyreview.com/Biztech/18086/

This would be extremely great if it turns out to be true, what is your take on it?"

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Story from January (1)

mdsolar (1045926) | about 7 years ago | (#19825081)

This is a story from January
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