The Fuel Tank of Tomorrow – A Super Capacitor? +YouTube Video


 

KiloWatt Labs CEO Omer Ghani explains in the above interview, filmed at the IDTechEX Show!, that his company has overcome these challenges and has begun shipping large-scale, super capacitor-based energy storage solutions for applications such as microgrid, renewable, utility and mobility. He indicates their solution is a cost-competitive replacement for traditional battery approaches,

 

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2 comments on “The Fuel Tank of Tomorrow – A Super Capacitor? +YouTube Video

  1. Dave Keenan says:

    To see the arguments for and against the Kilowatt Labs Sirius module being a supercapacitor versus a lithium titanate battery, visit this thread on the Australian Electric Vehicle Association forum.
    http://forums.aeva.asn.au/viewtopic.php?p=67082#p67082

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