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3/29/2015 Kenworth offering Maxwell ultracap Engine Start Module as factory-installed option

Kenworth will now offer the Maxwell Technologies ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) as a factory-installed option on new Kenworth T680 and T880 trucks. Kenworth dealers have offered the ESM as an aftermarket solution since 2011. With increasing demand for reliable truck engine starting, Kenworth is now the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to offer Maxwell’s ESM as a factory-installed option.

3/27/2015 Kenworth Introduces Advanced Charge Start System

Kenworth will offer an ultracapacitor-based engine start module from Maxwell for increased performance and better protection against battery drainage, the company announced at the Mid-America Trucking Show.

3/26/2015 New Kenworth starter technology

At the Mid America Truck show, which starts this week, Kenworth have announced a new technology starter system for production trucks. The US truck makers will now offer the Maxwell Technologies ultra-capacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) as a factory-installed option on new Kenworth T680 and T880 trucks in the US market.

3/26/2015 Kenworth adds fuel-saving technologies to new trucks

Louisville, Kentucky – Kenworth will provide a dedicated engine start module and an inverter for increased performance on new trucks to improve electrical system performance. The truck maker will also offer a new inverter/charger option for easier battery recharging while parked and an automatic battery monitoring and engine startup module for the Kenworth Idle Management System.

3/26/2015 Maxwell Engine Start Module now factory-installed option on Kenworth trucks Source: Maxwell Technologies Mar 26, 2015 Request more information CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Maxwell Technologies Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of ultracapacitor-based energy storage products, announces that its ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) will be offered as a factory-installed option on new Kenworth T680 and T880 trucks. Kenworth dealers have offered the ESM as an aftermarket solution since 2011. With increasing demand for reliable truck engine starting, Kenworth is now the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to offer Maxwell's ESM as a factory-installed option.

3/25/2015 Company Update (NASDAQ:MXWL): Maxwell Technologies Inc and Kenworth Offer Ultracapacitor-Based Engine Starting Module in New Trucks

Maxwell Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq:MXWL), a leading developer and manufacturer of ultracapacitor-based energy storage products, today announced that its ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) will be offered as a factory-installed option on new Kenworth T680 and T880 trucks. Kenworth dealers have offered the ESM as an aftermarket solution since 2011. With increasing demand for reliable truck engine starting, Kenworth is now the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to offer Maxwell's ESM as a factory-installed option.

3/25/2015 Kenworth offering Maxwell ultracap Engine Start Module as factory-installed option

Kenworth will now offer the Maxwell Technologies ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) (earlier post) as a factory-installed option on new Kenworth T680 and T880 trucks. Kenworth dealers have offered the ESM as an aftermarket solution since 2011. With increasing demand for reliable truck engine starting, Kenworth is now the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to offer Maxwell’s ESM as a factory-installed option.

3/25/2015 Kenworth Introduces Advanced Charge Start System

Ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module: Kenworth now offers the ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) as a factory-installed option for new Kenworth T680s and T880s. The engine start module provides dedicated power to start the truck. That frees the truck’s standard batteries to focus on powering accessory devices such as a laptop, microwave, refrigerator and television electronics in addition to the truck’s electronics and lights. The ESM is designed to start an engine in temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit to a high of 149 degrees Fahrenheit, even when the batteries have low voltage.

3/25/2015 Maxwell And Kenworth Offer Ultracapacitor-Based Engine Starting Module In New Trucks

Maxwell's Engine Start Module will be available on Kenworth's T680 and T880 SAN DIEGO, March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL), a leading developer and manufacturer of ultracapacitor-based energy storage products, today announced that its ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) will be offered as a factory-installed option on new Kenworth T680 and T880 trucks. Kenworth dealers have offered the ESM as an aftermarket solution since 2011. With increasing demand for reliable truck engine starting, Kenworth is now the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to offer Maxwell's ESM as a factory-installed option.

3/25/2015 What Does It Take to Introduce a New Material to the Commercial Ultracapacitor Market?

Attention all materials innovators who are working on new materials for ultracapacitors, here’s a friendly message: If the “value” of the new materials is equal to, or even just slightly lower than that of incumbent materials, there is no chance for adoption. Notice the term value is in quotes. The key to your success lies in your ability to determine the appropriate definition of that value. Clearly, it is a cost-versus-performance tradeoff, but there are many facets of that compromise to consider.

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