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6/11/2015 Maxwell Technologies Completes Sale Of Common Stock Through At The Market Stock Offering And Extends Line Of Credit

SAN DIEGO, June 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxwell Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL) announced today that it has completed the sale of approximately $10 million of the company's common stock through an at the market (ATM) equity offering announced April 23, 2015, and is terminating the offering, effective immediately. Approximately 1.83 million shares were sold in the offering at an average share price of $5.46.

6/5/2015 24-volt ultracapacitor-based engine start module

Maxwell Technologies Inc. announced the availability of its 24-volt ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM), ideal for improving equipment uptime and power reliability in buses and industrial vehicles.

5/29/2015 Is the Ultracapacitor a Replacement for Batteries?

Many engineers want to know if ultracapacitors will ultimately replace all batteries. The answer is, no. A typical follow-up question is, “Will the ultracapacitor replace some batteries?” and here the answer is, “yes.” While this may not seem like a revelation, the significance is in the manner ultracapacitors will replace some batteries.

5/14/2015 Synaptics CEO Rick Bergman Joins Maxwell Technologies' Board

SAN DIEGO, May 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxwell Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL) announced today that Rick Bergman, President and CEO of Synaptics, Inc., a leading developer of human interface solutions for intelligent devices, has been appointed to Maxwell's board of directors.

5/12/2015 Maxwell Technologies 24-Volt Ultracapacitor-Based Engine Start Module (ESM)

Maxwell Technologies, Inc. announces its 24-volt ultracapacitor-based engine start module (ESM), ideal for improving equipment uptime and power reliability in buses and industrial vehicles.

5/11/2015 Maxwell Technologies Appoints David Lyle Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

SAN DIEGO, May 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL) announced today that David Lyle has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Secretary.

5/9/2015 24-V module starts diesel engines in arctic temperatures

A 24-V ultracapacitor-based engine start module (ESM) from Maxwell Technologies, the Ultra 31 enables heavy-duty industrial vehicles and buses with diesel engines to start and operate reliably in temperatures down to -40°C. Able to start an engine when batteries can’t, the 24-V ESM completely takes over the engine cranking and starting function by remaining fully charged, even if the battery voltage drops significantly.

5/2/2015 Maxwell Technologies introduces 24V ultracap-based Engine Start Modules for off-road and industrial equipment

Maxwell Technologies, Inc. is introducing two 24-volt versions of its ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM). The new higher voltage ESM is suited for improving equipment uptime and power reliability in buses and industrial vehicles such as cranes, backhoes, bulldozers, graders, pavers, off-road trucks, portable compressors and others with diesel engines. The 24-volt ESM enables vehicles to start and operate reliably in the face of cold weather and infrequent starting.

4/29/2015 Maxwell Technologies 24-Volt, Ultracapacitor-Based Engine Start Modules

Maxwell Technologies announces the availability of its 24-volt ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM), ideal for improving equipment uptime and power reliability in buses and industrial vehicles, such as cranes, backhoes, bulldozers, graders, pavers, off-road trucks, portable compressors and others with diesel engines.

4/28/2015 Maxwell doubles ESM ultracapacitor voltage

Maxwell Technologies has unveiled its 24-volt ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) for cranking vehicle engines. The product, used alongside lead-acid batteries, doubles the voltage of the San Diego based firm’s previous ESM and adds to its Engine Starting Solutions line.

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