Maxwell Technologies, Inc.

3888 Calle Fortunada, 92123 San Diego, CA
Telephone +1 858 5033300
Fax +1 866 8557967

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Corporate Overview
For over 50 years, our world-class research and product development teams have established Maxwell Technologies as a global leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing energy storage and power delivery solutions for automotive, heavy transportation, renewable energy, backup power, wireless communications and industrial and consumer electronics applications. Maxwell products are designed and built to provide failure-free performance for the life of the most demanding applications.

Maxwell Ultracapacitors in the Grid
Ultracapacitors (supercapacitors) deliver energy storage capability to utility grids and microgrids. Delivered power range is 1MW to 24MW. Systems configuration includes stand alone or tandem with lithium-ion or other advanced battery chemistries. When deployed as a stand-alone supercapacitor system on the grid, these systems provide high power density in the form of reactive power and deliver high load currents with rapid discharge – recharge profiles for the most demanding T&D grid operating conditions. When deployed as a tandem system to grid energy storage battery systems, supercapacitors meet the high c-rate demands of the grid, relieving stress from and extending the life of lithium-ion and other batteries. Supercapacitor grid energy storage systems are compact, have cycle lifetimes from 800,000 to over 1,000,000 discharge-recharge cycles, and operate in environments from -40°C to +70°. Deployments and applications include utility scale solar and wind firming, synthetic system inertia for transmission, utility scale power system bridging, fast frequency response, distribution level power quality remediation and advanced stacked services when combined with traditional battery energy systems.

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Area of business
  • Electrical energy storage
  • Storage systems
Target groups
  • Energy sector (representatives from PV, wind, biomass etc.)
  • Public utility companies