Ultracapacitors - The New Wave. Fresh Ideas, Advanced Technologies, New Players

Mr Michael Liedtke, Senior Vice President Business Development
Skeleton Technologies
Estonia
 

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Batteries have their limits and this we know not only since electrification of mobility has finally gained some traction. To team up with ultracapacitors might open the Gordian Knot and increase the battery life time while reducing CO2 and overcoming looming raw materials limitations. Different design concepts are needed leading to a bigger wave than the first one for Ultracapacitors.

Speaker Biography (Michael Liedtke)

Michael Liedtke's career spans nearly three decades in automotive, transportation, and aerospace. With a background in mechanical engineering and business development, Michael has worked at global giants such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW Designworks, and Boeing. Michael has more than 12 years of experience in the ultracapacitor industry and a well-earned reputation of a pioneer in the use of ultracapacitors in the automotive sector.

Company Profile (Skeleton Technologies)

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Skeleton Technologies is Europe's leading manufacturer of ultracapacitors. We deliver high power, high energy, reliable and long-life storage solutions across industry. Through the use of patented nanoporous carbide-derived carbon, or 'curved graphene', we have achieved global breakthroughs in ultracapacitor performance.
 
Our ultracapacitors deliver twice the energy density and 9 times the power density offered by other manufacturers. Our SkelCap series was launched in 2012 and has gained considerable interest in the motorsport, automotive and aerospace sectors, among others. Our current customer base includes global engineering companies, the European Space Agency and several Tier 1 automotive manufacturers.
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