Helping Automotive and the Environment
Supercapacitors could accelerate the development of battery electric vehicles (BEV) that are currently struggling with further improvements of batteries for better energy storage respectively longer range and lower cost.
For the automotive market, Inmatech is implementing its next steps in product development for Tier 1 suppliers to facilitate rapid market adaption of start-stop systems.
In addition, Inmatech responds to federal mandates, which increasingly require significant improvements in fuel efficiency, reduced dependency on foreign oil and decreased CO2 footprint. The technology offers a solution for electrified vehicles and storage of renewable electricity.
Inmatech’s next generation supercapacitor can support a transition from electricity produced from fossil fuels to carbon neutral electricity, thus reducing our nation’s production of greenhouse gases and dependence on foreign energy sources.
Partnership in Progress
ALTe is the developer of the first range-extended plug-in electric
hybrid powertrain used to power light commercial vehicles. ALTe is
headquartered in an 185,000-square-foot facility in Auburn Hills
(Mich.) where it will assemble its powertrains that will be shipped to
installation locations across North America.
ALTe aims to replace a base V-8 internal combustion engine
powertrain, with alternative energies that improves fuel economy from
80 percent to 200 percent. ALTe works in collaboration with Inmatech
to achieve low cost energy storage for vehicles. As a supplier,
Inmatech provides next-generation supercapacitor technology to help
ALTe reduce the cost and improve performance of its electric hybrid
powertrains. ALTe is well acquainted with system integration leading
to quick validation of energy storage systems based on Inmatech’s
Inmatech responds to federal mandates, which increasingly require significant improvements in fuel efficiency, reduced dependency on foreign oil and decreased CO2 footprint.