Supercapacitors

Devices that store energy through the separation of electrical charges, thereby achieving high power density but poor energy density; they are also commonly referred to as ultracapacitors.

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Due to a lack of clear market fit and continued cost reductions in Li-ion batteries, supercapacitor innovations and efficiency improvements have been insufficient in driving industry growth. Today, these devices are used only in small quantities for niche applications like wind turbine blade pitch control and camera flashes. Despite developers' dreams of using supercapacitors for grid storage and ...

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Lux Research analysts and the Lux Intelligence Engine have added the following recent supercapacitors developments.