SAN DIEGO, Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL), a leading developer and manufacturer of ultracapacitor-based energy storage products, today announced that its executives will speak on two panels at the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) being held February 3-7, 2014 in Atlanta. AABC is the leading international battery forum in the industry. The conference features top energy-storage technologists from international carmakers and their suppliers, who will discuss advances and prospects for hybrid and electric vehicles and the energy storage devices that power them.
Maxwell Technologies Chief Technical Officer
Michael Everett will discuss the value proposition of electrochemical capacitors in grid storage and buffering applications as part of the "EC Capacitor Storage System Application" session. Moderated by Chrysler Energy Storage Systems Specialist
Oliver Gross, the session will review module design and system engineering to meet the performance goals of applications in key markets, including transportation, utilities and more. The discussion is part of the Large EC Capacitor Technology and Application
(ECCAP) Symposium at AABC.
Also during the ECCAP Symposium, Maxwell Technologies Director of Product Marketing Chad McDonald will discuss groundbreaking applications of ultracapacitors in transportation. McDonald is a panelist on the "New EC Capacitor Products and Business Development" session, which will focus on product development for industrial, utility and transportation energy-storage systems.
"AABC attracts attendees from around the world, who want to get the latest information about capacitor technology and upcoming advances in the industry," said Everett. "Through our participation on these panel discussions, as well as via conversations in our booth on the exhibit floor, Maxwell Technologies will give AABC participants a glimpse into the latest ultracapacitor technology trends in the market."