EnerG2 News
March 27, 2013

EnerG2's new line puts a charge into battery world

by: Andy Giegerich
March 27, 2013
Sustainable Business Oregon

An energy storage company that makes its wares in Albany has unveiled its newest line of nano-structured materials that aim to radically improve battery capacity, cycle life and charging efficiency.

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.


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