Energy storage on tracks: Power recovery for trains

Bombardier recently selected Maxwell Technologies to provide its supercapacitors to recover energy from braking trains to reduce train power consumption by 20% to 30% (see the April 13, 2011 LRSGJ). Recovering braking energy provides a range of benefits in addition to power reduction, including impr...

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