AWEA Windpower 2015: Maxwell Technologies' Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Wolfgang Beez discusses ultracapacitor solutions for wind pitch control. Our 16V, 75V, and 160V modules are used in electrical pitch-control systems to provide reliable backup power in temperatures ranging from –40°C to 65°C and require minimal maintenance. Today, Maxwell ultracapacitors are installed in over 46,000 wind turbines worldwide. For more information, please visit www.maxwell.com/wind.
Maxwell Technologies' Regional Sales Manager, Marty Mills, was interviewed by John Paul for The Car Doctor Radio show on September 26th. The interview discusses Maxwell’s recent Cadillac news, an overview of ultracapacitor technology in automotive, grid, wind and other applications. Marty's segment begins around 27:15 of the recording.
Check it out here: http://johnfpaul.podomatic.com/entry/2015-09-26T11_43_00-...
Trilogy Tech Talk stopped by our booth at Flash Memory Summit and interviews Regional Sales Manager, Peter Hartshorn, and Sr. Sales Applications Engineer, Nathan Waissman, about our ultracapacitors and its use in back up power. Be sure to check it out!
Windpower Engineering interviewed Maxwell's Senior Business Portfolio Manager (Wind), Wolfgang Beez, on the benefits of using Maxwell Technologies’ ultracapacitors in wind pitch control systems. Watch the interview here: http://bit.ly/1IdTDwE.
Maxwell’s ultracapacitors operate in over 30,000 wind turbines worldwide and have a proven track record of superior reliability in the failsafe operation of wind turbines. For more information, please visit www.maxwell.com/wind.
Jim Bates, host of Advance Auto Parts Professional's “Wrenchin' Up”, interviews Maxwell Technologies' Key Account Manager, Marty Mills, about ultracapacitors and how it can be a big help to a car's 12-volt battery, especially in the start/stop system.
Maxwell Technologies' Key Account Manager, Marty Mills, participates as a panelist at the Autoline Supplier Symposium 2015 panel. Moderated by John McElroy, the panel covers new consumer electronics and technologies moving into automotive models.
John Shegerian, Host of GreenIsGood Radio, interviews Maxwell Technologies' Vice President of Communications and Investor Relations, Michael Sund about ultracapacitors. Sund explains how the ultracapacitors' sustained energy output using less power has been put to use in hybrid transit buses, helping to reduce fossil fuel consumption by capturing energy that would otherwise be wasted.
Maxwell Technologies, Inc. Chief Technology Officer, Michael A. Everett, delivers the keynote speech at the China Ultracapacitor Summit, December 2014. Everett discusses the opportunities ultracapacitors present to address the global energy crisis.
Fleet Maintenance editor, David A. Kolman, interviews Mark Burnside, Sr. Marketing Manager for Maxwell Technologies' Engine Starting Group discusses about the benefits of using ultracapacitor technology, specifically Maxwell's Engine Start Module (ESM) in the trucking industry and a comparison of ultracapacitors to lead-acid batteries in trucking applications : http://www.vehicleservicepros.com/video/11505512/vsp-news...
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Maxwell Technologies exhibits at The Battery Show 2012 in Detroit, as featured on Engineering TV. Lee Teschler of Machine Design magazine talks to Marty Mills, Key Account Manager at Maxwell Technologies about using ultracapacitors and their applications in the automotive markets: http://www.engineeringtv.com/video/Ultra-Capacitors-in-th...