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EnerG2 is currently focused on customizing electrode materials to enhance energy and power density in ultracapacitors, one of the essential engines of the new energy economy.
EnerG2 engineers advanced nano-structured materials for energy storage breakthroughs.
We believe that efficient, reliable and cost-effective clean energy storage will be an essential element of the new energy economy.
EnerG2 approaches the problem with engineered materials solutions; from our perspective, it's the materials that matter in any energy storage device. Rather than accept the limitations of naturally occurring materials, EnerG2 uses materials science to assemble cutting-edge products at the molecular level. Controlling the molecular structure and assembly process of our engineered materials at the earliest stage possible provides flexibility, lowers costs and maximizes performance. As a result, we are delivering new capabilities and creating fresh opportunities in energy storage.
EnerG2 is currently focused on customizing electrode materials to enhance energy and power density in ultracapacitors, one of the essential engines of the new energy economy. Ultracapacitors, which are dependent on the performance of their materials, store and release energy faster than conventional batteries. The size and make-up of the electrodes' surface area helps ultracapacitors store and supply large bursts of energy; the materials also effectively enable limitless cycle life.
Ultracapacitors containing EnerG2 materials will be increasingly embraced by the automotive industry for hybrid electric vehicles, by electronics manufacturers for enhancing the life and usability of consumer goods, and by a variety of industrial customers to deliver an ever-increasing breadth of new ways to improve energy efficiency.
In the future, EnerG2 materials may be used to improve the performance and cycle life of a variety of battery chemistries, as well as to enable higher efficiency storage of natural gas, methane and hydrogen.