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Ultracapacitor Technology for Hybrids

01.12.2007 (wattgehtab.com) - Torrance, CA - Enova Systems announced that it will present Ultra-Capacitor technology for Hybrid Vehicles at the world's largest Electric Vehicle Symposium, EVS 23 in Anaheim from Dec 2-5. Additionally, Enova, along with IC Corporation will display their production Hybrid School and Commercial Bus.

Various other examples of Enova's unique and proprietary technologies will also be displayed including their Power Control Unit, which is currently being delivered to Think Global for their use on all of their Electric Vehicles.

Terry Morano, Enova's Director of Worldwide Sales said "Enova is poised to display some of its unique production capabilities, as well as display what we feel are critical new technologies that will further grow the market. EVS will be an excellent forum for our company to continue establishing our position in the market as a World Leading production supplier."

The ultra capacitor technology that will be displayed shows Enova's ongoing commitment to evaluating and determining the best source of energy for their customer's performance and drive cycle expectation. It is expected that ultra capacitors will provide incremental starting energy to an electric motor. The energy from the ultra capacitor should then feed the electric-drive motor, which is located in the drive-train. The result of this action is that ultra capacitors can capture a significant amount of regenerative braking energy, which could enhance the fuel economy of a hybrid vehicle.

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