Supercapacitors Webinar on Friday 28th September

Supercapacitors Webinar on Friday 28th September

Supercapacitors, otherwise known as ultracapacitors or Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors (EDLC), have leapt to market growth of 30% yearly due to rapidly broadening applications from mobile phones to trains, cars and battle tanks.

Alison Lewis
Supercapacitors Webinar on Friday 28th September
Supercapacitors Replace Batteries: make new things possible!
Free Webinar - Friday 28th September
 
Supercapacitors, otherwise known as ultracapacitors or Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors (EDLC), have leapt to market growth of 30% yearly due to rapidly broadening applications from mobile phones to trains, cars and battle tanks. They are improving faster than batteries and are starting to replace them for many reasons and the intermediate product the supercabattery (AEDLC) is a part of this.
 
This webinar presentation clarifies the basics:
  • How energy density is being improved
  • How some are green and some are polluting
  • Future applications being targeted
  • Why and which manufacturers are setting records for technical performance
 
On Friday 28th September we will be hosting two identical webinars -
please join whichever is at the most convenient time for you:
 
Webinar #1
9:30am BST (UK)
 
Webinar #2
5:00pm BST (UK)
 
Both these webinars have already taken place, please join us for one again in the future.
 
The webinar will last for 30 minutes plus up to 15 minutes for questions at the end.
 
The presenter will be Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman of IDTechEx, who is a world-leading technology analyst and author on topics such as printed electronics, energy harvesting, energy storage and electric vehicles.
 
Once registered you will receive an email confirming your registration with information you need to join the webinar.
 
Please get in touch with Alison Lewis if you have any questions.
 

 
System Requirements
PC-based attendees
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Mac®-based attendees
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Mobile attendees
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