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Andrii Buvailo
Last visit date 03 October 2013
Yurii Maletin
Last visit date 19 May 2010
Alexander Shnaydruk
Last visit date 15 December 2011

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Hybrid ultracapacitor project “Energy Caps”: First milestones achieved

On June 25 we traveled together with Dr. Natalia Stryzhakova to Brussels (Belgium) to participate in the second meeting on the project Energy Caps. This project is funded by the EU FP7-People Marie Curie Actions, funding scheme: Industry Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP).


During the meeting, YUNASKO successfully closed first project deliverable. Testing procedure manual for evaluating hybrid ultracapacitor systems has been developed and shared with other project partners.


Besides, first experimental data have been discussed with colleagues from Poznan University of Technology.


This meeting has also included discussions on important managerial topics – financial management and forthcoming restructuring in the project Consortium.


More details about the project can be found on the official web site of the Energy Caps:


Visit to Belgium: start of the project “Energy Caps”

Just came back from a business trip to Brussels, where together with Dr. Yurii Maletin and Dr. Natalia Stryzhakova we visited SOLVAY premises and met with our partners on the FP7 Project “Energy Caps”.

The goal of the meeting was to discuss various organizational questions and formulate overall strategy of research collaboration between partners. During the meeting Yunasko team also presented first results of the work and fist project deliverable.

Well-organized meeting and a friendly atmosphere facilitated fruitful discussions and helped to reach understanding on all key points of the project start.

Well, nice people, nice food in Brussels, and a nice little tour around the city center – all this added some extra flavor to the whole journey.

Good start and a long way to go.

Yunasko symmetric and hybrid ultracapacitors possess superior specific characteristics over existing competitor analogues

Together with Mr. Vadim Utkin, CEO at Yunasko, we recently took part in the 21st EDLC seminar in Florida in Dec 5-7 (see: ), where I presented the most recent test results for symmetric carbon-carbon EDLC devices (480, 1200 and 1500 F) and for hybrid devices (4000 and 8000 F). Performance of YUNASKO devices was also verified by Dr. Andrew F. Burke (Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis, CA) and by Dr. John R. Miller (JME Inc., Cleveland, OH). Dr. Burke also presented comparative test results for most advanced EDLC’s, hybrid devices and Li-ion batteries. As can be seen from seminar presentations, YUNASKO carbon-carbon EDLC’s demonstrate much lower inner resistance and, correspondingly, much higher power density than any competing devices, also resulting in their cost efficiency. YUNASKO hybrid devices demonstrate significantly larger energy density (up to 30 W.h/kg) than competing hybrids keeping at the same time the power density about 3 kW/kg @95% efficiency.