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EnerG2 unveils new nano-structured materials

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

EnerG2 unveiled its newest line of nano-structured materials made at its Albany plant that are intended to boost Lithium-ion batteries' capacity by 50%.

EnerG2, which is based in Seattle, rolled out its nano-structured hard carbon, for lithium-ion batteries, on Monday. The batteries come from the world’s first manufacturing plant in the world dedicated to the commercial-scale production of engineered carbon material.

“We have broken through a critical performance barrier,” said Aaron Feaver, the company’s co-founder and chief technology officer, in a statement. “This product will certainly play an important role in the world’s energy future, ultimately improving the performance of a wide variety of energy storage devices.”

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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