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“Ukraine Ultracap is number one”

Britain magazine BEST (Batteries & Energy Storage Technology) acknowledged achievements of Ukrainian scientists from YUNASKO for creating ultracapacitor technology which outperforms existing analogues by specific power (kW/kg).

YUNASKO technology survived intensive external examinations which proved results claimed by the company. Read more

Exploring new opportunities for graphite-based hybrid ultracapacitors

 

In July 2013 three scientists from YUNASKO – Dr. Natalia Stryzhakova, Dr. Andrii Buvailo and Dr. Sergii Zelinskiy - have participated in short-term secondments to Kyiv National University of Technology and Design (KNUTD).  Together with colleagues from KNUTD, they assembled several series of graphite-based electrodes and created lab-scale prototypes to test performance of new hybrid ultracapacitors.
This work was done within Energy Caps project (www.energycaps.eu) funded by European Union under FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IAPP Marie Curie Actions program. The main goal of the Energy Caps project is to develop sustainable and safe hybrid supercapacitors with high specific energy and power maintaining good cyclability of the devices.

In July 2013 three scientists from YUNASKO – Dr. Natalia Stryzhakova, Dr. Andrii Buvailo and Dr. Sergii Zelinskiy - have participated in short-term secondments to Kyiv National University of Technology and Design (KNUTD).  Together with colleagues from KNUTD, they assembled several series of graphite-based electrodes and created lab-scale prototypes to test performance of new hybrid ultracapacitors.

This work was done within Energy Caps project funded by European Union under FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IAPP Marie Curie Actions program. The main goal of the Energy Caps project is to develop sustainable and safe hybrid supercapacitors with high specific energy and power maintaining good cyclability of the devices.

Kyiv National University of Technology and Design Kyiv National University of Technology and Design is a higher education institution of the 4-th level. Together with educational work, the University conducts intensive research and development work, in particular, in the field of electrochemistry and energy storage technology.

KNUTD is a Consortium member of Energy Caps project.

YUNASKO took part in the ECCAP Symposium

Yurii Maletin, Yunasko Chief Scientist and Alain Kagan, Yunasko Business Representative in Europe took part in the ECCAP Symposium at AABC-2013 in Strasbourg, June 24-26.

This conference has clearly shown that today Yunasko technology is by far ahead of competitors – for more details see presentations of Dr. Yurii Maletin (yunasko_aabc_2013.pptx) and Dr. John Miller (miller_eccap_final_6-25-2013.pdf).