Maxwell picks up another micro-hybrid partner in Flextronics

Tier-one automotive supplier Flextronics has pegged Maxwell Technologies to supply supercapacitors for an energy-storage module, destined for commercial vehicles, to be designed by an unnamed European vehicle manufacturer. The storage module will harness energy from regenerative braking and will pro...

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