Maxwell Technologies Blog Archives for September, 2015

Monthly Archives: September, 2015

Maxwell Technologies at the Battery Show

September 28, 2015 by Dr. Priya Bendale
Maxwell Technologies at the Battery Show

This month I attended the Battery Show in Novi, Michigan. Attendees and participating exhibitors ranged from battery manufacturers, equipment and materials manufacturers to integrators and infrastructure developers. Although the conference was dominated by lithium batteries, other chemistries such as lead-acid, Li-S, flow batteries and ultracapacitors made up the mix of energy systems.
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A Fleet Manager Eliminates Jump-Starts Using Maxwell Engine Start Modules

September 21, 2015 by Jessica Baris, Communications Specialist and Copywriter
A Fleet Manager Eliminates Jump-Starts Using Maxwell Engine Start Modules

Fleet manager Bill Turner installed Maxwell’s Engine Start Modules in his fleet’s trucks and noticed a difference in truck performance immediately. "I discovered that the ESM starts the truck without failure. You have to have these trucks ready to roll." Bill tells of how he has come to rely on the ESM’s dependability for truck starting despite repetitive starts and stops or the Pacific Northwest’s cold climate.
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General Motors Becomes First US Automotive OEM to Adopt Ultracapacitors for Start-Stop

September 17, 2015 by Maxwell Technologies
General Motors Becomes First US Automotive OEM to Adopt Ultracapacitors for Start-Stop

This week Maxwell Technologies announced that Continental Automotive Systems’ Maxwell-powered voltage stabilization system (VSS) will be a standard feature on 2016 Cadillac ATS and CTS sedans and ATS coupes, excluding the ATS-V, CTS-V and CT6 models.
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RESOURCE: American Wind Energy Association’s Wind Energy Report

September 09, 2015 by Maxwell Technologies
RESOURCE: American Wind Energy Association’s Wind Energy Report

The American Wind Energy Association answered 15 of the most common questions about wind power, reliability and the grid in its recent report.
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