Maxwell Technologies Blog Archives for March, 2016

Monthly Archives: March, 2016

Feeding the Energy Appetite of the Grid

March 28, 2016 by David Lentsch, Business Development Manager
Feeding the Energy Appetite of the Grid

The worldwide power grid is hungry. Batteries are perfect for serving up long-term energy, but ultracapacitors deliver fast power to meet the second and sub-second needs of the grid.
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Michigan Truck Driver Eliminates Block Heater, Reduces Electric Bill with Maxwell ESM

March 21, 2016 by Jessica Baris, Communications Specialist and Copywriter
Michigan Truck Driver Eliminates Block Heater, Reduces Electric Bill with Maxwell ESM

Ryan Forrest has worked as a professional driver for the past 10 years for his father’s business, Sam Forrest and Sons, based in Michigan. In this interview, Ryan talks about his decision to install the ultracapacitor-based Maxwell Engine Start Module (ESM) in his truck and the advantages it gives him over battery-based starting.
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Maxwell Welcomes Automotive Industry Veteran Jörg Buchheim as Sr. Vice President and Chief Sales Officer

March 14, 2016 by Maxwell Technologies
Maxwell Welcomes Automotive Industry Veteran Jörg Buchheim as Sr. Vice President and Chief Sales Officer

Maxwell is pleased to announce that this month Jörg Buchheim, a seasoned leader with 15 years of experience in the automotive industry, has joined the executive leadership team as senior vice president and chief sales officer.
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PHOTOS: Maxwell Meets with the Best in Trucking at Technology & Maintenance Council and Work Truck Show

March 07, 2016 by Yayoi Suzuki, Marketing Communications Manager
PHOTOS: Maxwell Meets with the Best in Trucking at Technology & Maintenance Council and Work Truck Show

Last week, Maxwell Technologies attended two major shows in the trucking industry: the Technology and Maintenance Council (TMC) and the NTEA Work Truck Show. Both shows gave us the opportunity to showcase the Maxwell Engine Start Module (ESM) lineup to a wide range of attendees in the world of trucking, from OEM executives to fleet managers to truck upfitters.
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