EEStor news due out soon?

I spotted an article about Zenn Motors in the Calgary Herald that says that EEStor Inc, the maker of ultracapacitors that supposedly will make electrochemical batteries obsolete, is expected to release the results of independent third-party testing of its ultracapacitors sometime in the next couple of weeks. We’ll be watching and waiting.

3 thoughts on “EEStor news due out soon?

  1. Re:”electromechanical”

    – should be “electrochemical”

  2. right you are. I changed it from electromechanical to electrochemical.

    Meanwhile, still no news from eestor.

  3. Renewable Energy Manufactures/suppliers should use their own product to manufacture.

    The manufacturersโ€™ of Solar Panels and other forms of renewable energy with related support products manufactures/suppliers – should have at least the decency to practice what they preach what they market to the public.
    That would be the best marketing approach I can think off.
    If they believe in the product they manufacture/sell, they should utilize it to its fullest potential.
    It will give the manufacturer the actual experience of utilizing the product on a daily basis, view and experience any shortcoming or improvements that are needed, implement the improvements and capitalize on that revision to improve the product and its performance.
    This will instill confidence in the public to purchase the product.

    YJay Draiman, Energy Analyst

    PS
    What kind of car are the executives of the automobile industry are driving.
    As with any new technology, PV will become more efficient, cheaper and cleaner to produce. In order for this to happen we (Governments / NGOs / Individuals) need to invest more time and money into making PV viable, e.g. through increased incentives, regulations, technical standards, R&D, manufacturing processes and generating consumer demand.
    Just like the automobile industry, the manufacture used its own product.
    Over the years the automobile industry and technology has evolved from the early 1900 to what it is today the year 2011.
    I predict that in 10 years the automobile we know today will change drastically for the better, with new fuel technology and other modification that will improve its scales of economy and features.

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