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11/21/2014 Maxwell enhances 48V ultracapacitor module with DuraBlue Shock and Vibration Technology

Maxwell Technologies has enhanced its 48V ultracapacitor module product, which now includes the benefits of the company’s new DuraBlue Advanced Shock and Vibration Cell Technology.

11/21/2014 Maxwell Technologies Announces Availability of Enhanced 48V Module

Maxwell Technologies Inc. announced an enhancement to its industry-leading 48V module product, which now includes the benefits of the company’s new DuraBlue Advanced Shock and Vibration Cell Technology.

11/20/2014 Maxwell Technologies Announces Availability of Enhanced 48V Module

Market-leading 48V module now includes exclusive DuraBlue™ Advanced Shock and Vibration Technology SAN DIEGO, Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL), a leading developer and manufacturer of ultracapacitor-based energy storage and power delivery solutions, today announced an enhancement to its industry-leading 48V module product, which now includes the benefits of the company's new DuraBlue™ Advanced Shock and Vibration Cell Technology.

11/18/2014 EDN editors name the new 2.85V 3400F ultracapacitor cell as one of the top 100 products of 2014 for the components category

Maxwell Technologies, Inc. has added to the company's K2 series of ultracapacitor cells with a 2.85-volt, 3400-farad ultracapacitor cell that increases the range of available specific power and stored energy in the industry-standard 60 mm cylindrical 'K2' form factor.

11/12/2014 Utilities Partner With Energy Storage To Harness Renewables

The past 12 months have been somewhat uncertain for utilities and ratepayers in terms of the increasing availability and decreased costs of installing renewable energy systems, such as solar power, and the viability of selling solar power back to the grid. The influx of energy supply powered by renewables has disrupted how utilities traditionally approach providing electricity to consumers and accommodating the extra distributed energy flowing onto the grid.

11/11/2014 Maxwell Technologies to Develop High-Performance Hybrid Ultracapacitor/Lithium-ion Battery for Stop-Start Autos

Maxwell Technologies (Nasdaq: MXWL) has been awarded a $2.68 million cost-shared technology development contract by the United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC (USABC) to develop a high-performance hybrid ultracapacitor/lithium-ion battery for stop-start idle-elimination microhybrid autos.

11/7/2014 Fortune.com - GM, Ford and Chrysler teaming up to transform car batteries

In a deal announced today, Maxwell Technologies said it will be working with the United States Advanced Battery Consortium to develop a hybrid ultracapacitor/lithium-ion battery for non-electric cars.

11/6/2014 Maxwell Technologies Awarded U.S. Advanced Battery Consortium Contract to Develop High-Performance Hybrid Ultracapacitor/Lithium-ion Battery for Stop-Start Autos

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL) announced today that it has been awarded a $2.68 million cost-shared technology development contract by the United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC (USABC) to develop a high-performance hybrid ultracapacitor/lithium-ion battery for stop-start idle-elimination microhybrid autos.

11/5/2014 Maxwell inks R & D deal with Corning

San Diego’s Maxwell Technologies has signed a joint research and development agreement with Corning to improve performance of ultracapacitors — battery-like energy storage devices used in hybrid vehicles and other equipment.

11/3/2014 Paultre on Power - Dr. Kimberly McGrath of Maxwell Technologies on their development partnership with Corning (Podcast)

In this podcast Dr. Kimberly McGrath of Maxwell Technologies talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about the company's recent development partnership with Corning.

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