SolRayo announces new supercapacitor electrode production facility

SolRayo, a manufacturing subsidiary of Enable IPC (EIPC) (see the November 19, 2008 LRNJ), recently announced the opening of a new supercapacitor electrode manufacturing facility in Madison, Wisconsin. The company, which manufactures EIPC's silica nanoparticles for coating supercapacitor electrodes,...

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