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Written by Greg Allen   
Wednesday, 26 September 2007
  Will Ultracapacitors and Supercapacitors help to replace the battery?  YES!!

the eGreenAge is coming...That day is coming quickly.  It's only a matter of time now as we move forward with this new nano technology. You are about to see massive changes in the way that you view and use the battery.  Although ultra-capacitors will not entirely replace the battery, they will help with weight, size, and cost.

I want to thank you so much for the emails.  As you can only imagine...this technology is taking off and I am answering your emails as fast as possible. I am setting up the infrastructure now to respond to you quicker and get you the needed information.  We are working now on your request.. I promise you.

So if you have a product or a need that you would like to be powered by an ultra-capacitor.. contact me. I am in contact with some of the greatest minds in the industry every day. I will help you find a solution. It's what I do to advance this technology and the eGreenAge. 

Oh...Also.. THANK YOU SO MUCH for the people that have signed up recently. I have a team now working on the members area and the white papers.. that is coming.  I know you are there and we are getting to you.. Believe me...  there are some amazing things coming.

Greg

Readers have left 6 comments.
 No.1  Untitled
Thanks Greg for the site. I like it and want this technology to succeed.
Javier (Unregistered) • 2007-09-26 18:58:21
 No.2  Untitled
I am sure that ultracapacitor will replaace battery in near future.
If ultracapacitor has 600F in every 1 gram with 12V, that is 12Wh/pcs or 12,000Wh/kg. Today's battery is 3.7V with 1600mA(Li ion) 40-60g, 6Wh or 150Wh/Kg. So, It is happened. Don't hesitate on that.
Cheney63 (Unregistered) • 2007-09-27 19:37:41
 No.3  Software Developer
Hi, I'm trying to develop an air-plasma propulsion system for transatmospheric flight. This would use microwaves to heat incoming air into a plasma to propel launch and propel a craft into space. The problem is that it needs a huge amount of energy. Since there is no combustion then regular fuels won't work or would be too inefficient, so do you know of a battery/ultracapacitor to power these microwave lasers that is long lasting and can provide a Megawatt/hour power range?

-thanks,
Derek
Derek (Unregistered) • 2007-10-04 13:33:22
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I have an ultracapacitor with 130KW/liter. It can be discharged in mini-second. You may use this urtracapacitor to provider super high power and charge it by general high energy capacitor/battery.
Guest (Unregistered) • 2007-10-04 21:53:25
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I have an ultracapacitor with 130KW/liter. It can be discharged in mini-second. You may use this urtracapacitor to provider super high power and charge it by general high energy capacitor/battery.
Cheney Chan (Unregistered) • 2007-10-04 21:53:50
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Hello Derek.. send me a message here at this site.. I have a few people that can help you get a solution. Thanks! Greg
Greg (Unregistered) • 2007-10-08 19:54:12
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