Newsletter September 2020. Starting an engine at -43°C & more.

1. Starting an engine at -43°C. Yes we can! Most of us have experienced frustration when having to start their car the first time it has been freezing during the night. The battery (a lead-acid accu) is dead. At very cold temperatures like -20°C even a new battery...

Newsletter September 2020. Starting an engine at -43°C & more.

1. Starting an engine at -43°C. Yes we can! Most of us have experienced frustration when having to start their car the first time it has been freezing during the night. The battery (a lead-acid accu) is dead. At very cold temperatures like -20°C even a new battery...

Starting an engine at -43°C. Yes we can!

Most of us have experienced frustration when having to start their car the first time it has been freezing during the night. The battery (a lead-acid accu) is dead. At very cold temperatures like -20°C even a new battery will not have enough energy left to crank an...

Searching a better battery

  In search of a cleaner world, electric energy is gaining a lot in attention. Tiny electrons are the new fuel but without the inefficient chemical process that requires oxygen; producing heat and unwanted combustion gases as a not always useful and desired side...

Visit us at the Battery Show 2020 Stuttgart

Altreonic - Kurt.energy had a very successful participation at Battery Show 2019 in Stuttgart. Our visitors were delighted to discover a truely safe and more powerful alternative based on powercapacitors, using advanced carbon nano-materials. A major step forward for...

The battery everyone is waiting for has arrived.

1. High energy density 23680 hybrid energy capacitor cells reach production milestone. The battery everyone has been looking for has arrived. And it is not a battery. It's a hybrid Energy Capacitor. No need to wait for Battery Day. Battery energy storage is one of the...

China to Enforce Electric Vehicle Safety by 2021

Does one need a clearer statement that Li-ion batteries are unsafe? And is the complexity needed to mitigate (not eliminate) the risk not another sign that we need something better that is simple and robust? Besides the risk of fire, Li-ion batteries also emit a lot...