[EDIT: EEStor have been unable to produce the hoped-for results as of 2018. This article is still correct, but I wouldn't get your hopes up about EEStor at this point. To be fair, they're still around, and apparently still trying... but after all these years it seems very unlikely they will actually succeed.]

EEstor, of Cedar Park, Texas, is either headed for an ignominious (though well intentioned, I think) fall, or they’re in on the ground floor of the Next Big Thing. You see, EEstor is trying to produce a material that will in turn make relatively high voltage ultracapacitors practical.

That’s a mouthful, but it isn’t really that hard to understand; and when you understand it, the potential for change is mind-blowing.

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