Maxwell targets solar integration by combining ultracaps with intelligence

Maxwell Technologies received a $1.39 million contract from the California Energy Commission to fund R&D on an ultracapacitor storage system to be combined with a Soitec concentrated photovoltaic system. The project will also utilize solar forecasting and predictive energy controls in combination...

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