Company Overview of EnerG2, Inc.
EnerG2, Inc. manufactures engineered carbon materials for energy storage device manufacturers. It offers lead acid battery, ultracapacitor electrode, lithium-ion battery, and natural gas storage materials. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Seattle, Washington with a location in Albany, Oregon.
100 NE Northlake Way
Seattle, WA 98105
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for EnerG2, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Chief Operating and Financial Officer
Vice President of Manufacturing
Vice President of Research and Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
EnerG2, Inc. Key Developments
EnerG2 and BASF Announce Multifaceted Partnership
Nov 18 14
EnerG2 and BASF announced a strategic partnership. EnerG2 and BASF entered into a comprehensive collaboration to improve and scale-up the production of EnerG2's proprietary carbon materials for use in supercapacitor electrodes and as a performance additive in start-stop lead-acid batteries. Both technologies play an important role in short-term energy storage for automotive and industrial applications. Engineered carbons enhance storage performance by providing higher voltage and energy in supercapacitors and by significantly increasing the charging rate of lead-acid batteries at a partial-state-of-charge. EnerG2's patented carbon technology platform enables large-scale production of carbon materials that surpass the limitations of the carbons traditionally used in energy storage. Controlling the molecular structure and synthesis of these advanced materials at early stages of production provides the ability to tailor the carbon properties to specific applications. This unique manufacturing process results in ultra-high purity material with customizable porosity.
EnerG2 and NW Natural Partner to Improve Fuel Storage
Apr 17 14
EnerG2 and NW Natural are partnering to improve the fuel storage on board vehicles that use Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) by developing a new adsorbed natural gas technology. The research and development project is intended to make natural gas a more useable transportation fuel for consumers and businesses through a new approach to an emerging technology called "adsorbed natural gas." The adsorbent material packs inside an existing CNG tank and increases the energy density of natural gas at a given pressure. This allows the vehicle to travel longer distances. A CNG tank with adsorbent material could contain 20% more energy at certain pressures and extend the vehicle range proportionately.
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