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Written by Greg Allen   
Wednesday, 10 December 2008

 Advanced Capacitors World Summit 2009

Date and venue announced

PORTLAND, Maine, November 21, 2008 — As one of the worlds leading forums for discussing the latest technical advances and market trends in the EC industry, IntetechPira's 7th annual Advanced Capacitors World Summit 2009 set for March 31 – April 2, 2009 at the Hilton Torrey Pines in La Jolla, CA, US will focus on advanced electrochemical capacitors and other complementary advanced energy storage and delivery technologies for electrical and electronic systems used in a wide variety of applications and industries.

Co-Chaired by Richard Smith, CEO, ANA Strategic Systems Group and Andrew Burke of the University of California Davis Institute of Transportation Studies, this year's program is designed to help current and prospective users, integrators and suppliers of advanced power systems understand modern energy storage and delivery challenges for power intensive applications and identify business opportunities and realities with adopting advanced capacitors and capacitor hybrid systems to solve application energy requirements. Speakers will discuss the latest market trends and developments, power engineering and integration strategies, design and business implications and costs associated with advanced power systems for various applications, including transportation, automotive, power and consumer electronics and renewable energy.

At a time when the EC market continues to experience explosive economic and technological growth, IntertechPira’s Advanced Capacitors World Summit 2009 is both timely and practical, providing a unique opportunity to gain the necessary knowledge and network with global leaders from around the world on this dynamic and growing industry.

Conference structure:
The program will feature 18 speakers over the course of two days. During the two days of plenary sessions, speakers will be allocated 25-30 minutes per presentation, followed by 5-10 minutes for questions and answers. Additionally, two three-hour pre-conference workshops will be held prior to the two-day event. During the course of the conference, there will a number of sponsored luncheons and networking functions, and an exhibit area for display of products, processes and services. For the most up-to-date program information visit:

Two pre-conference seminars will be held prior to the conference on Tuesday, March 31.

To register, please contact Jeremy Powell at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it +1 207 781 9610.   
Members of the press interested in attending, to find out if you qualify for a complimentary press pass, please contact Press Officer Sheri Bonnell at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or +1 207 781 9637.   

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