EEStor Passes Two Key Production Milestones

EEStor, the Texas based company that is developing an “ultracapacitor”, or a ceramic battery to store electricity, announced today that it had hit two key production milestones. In today’s press release, EEStor said that it’s automated production line had been “proven to meet the requirements for precise chemical delivery, purity control, parameter control and stability,” and that they had “completed the initial milestone of certifying purification, concentration, and stability of all of its key production chemicals notably the attainment of 99.9994% purity of its barium nitrate powder.”

What’s all that mean? Well, it means that EEStor is moving towards its next major milestone of powder certification for its batteries, and that EEStor remains on track to begin shipping production 15 kilowatt-hour/Electrical Energy Storage Units to ZENN Motor Company in 2007 for use in ZENN built electric cars.

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