Shifting subsidy landscape in China may result in 30% lower revenues for supercapacitor leader Maxwell

In its third quarter financial results, leading supercapacitor maker Maxwell Technologies warned that plummeting demand for hybrid (HEV) buses means that "total company sales could be lower by 30 percent or more" going forward. To adapt, Maxwell plans to pivot towards another drivetrain: Plug-in ...

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