Extreme Capacitor Introduction

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  • We are only a component. We are not the whole system.
  • This chart is a representation of what Extreme Capacitors offers when compared to our competitors. In looking at this chart, the cost per unit power is on the x axis and the cost per unit energy is on the y axis. While capital cost is an important economic parameter, it should be realized that the total ownership cost (including the impact of equipment life and Operations & Management costs) is a much more meaningful index for a complete economic analysis. For example, while the capital cost of lead-acid batteries is relatively low, they may not necessarily be the least expensive option for energy management (load leveling) due to their relatively short life for this type of application.The battery costs in this chart have been adjusted to exclude the cost of power conversion electronics. The cost per unit energy has also been divided by the storage efficiency to obtain the cost per output (useful) energy.Installation cost also varies with the type and size of the storage. The information in the chart and table here should only be used as a guide not as detailed data.
  • This chart shows the inputs and outputs of energy in America today. On the left side are the sources of energy, 85% comes from oil, natural gas and coal. On the right side of the graph shows what happens to that energy which the left side has produced. The area in red is the useful and consumed energy. The area in grey is energy that is lost or not consumed. Over 55% of the electricity that is generated in the country is lost. And it is lost because it isn’t used.
  • Extreme Capacitor Introduction

    1. 1. OVERVIEW<br />“The transition to a clean and sustainable energy system for our homes, businesses and transport will depend on developing safe, low-cost and reliable energy storage systems.” Mark Henshaw, Eco Investor Guide<br />X-CapTMis a double-layer capacitor-based energy storage technology<br />
    2. 2. Problem<br />Current Energy Storage Technology<br /><ul><li> Expensive
    3. 3. Slow charge/discharge and too heavy
    4. 4. Short lifetime (typically 500-1000 cycles or 3-5 years)
    5. 5. Environmental Concerns (toxic, flammable)</li></ul> Batteries <br />Supercapacitors<br />
    6. 6. The Solution: X-CapTM<br /><ul><li>Long life: > 500,000 - 1-million deep cycles
    7. 7. Fast charging/discharging (seconds – minutes)
    8. 8. High round trip efficiency (> 98%)
    9. 9. Higher specific-energy than Li-ion battery
    10. 10. Non-flammable, non-toxic
    11. 11. Cost goal: < $300/kWh</li></li></ul><li>Technology<br />
    12. 12. Technology<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Galvanic_Cell.svg<br />Lithium –Ion Battery X-CapTM<br />http://www.electricitystorage.org/ESA/technologies/<br />
    13. 13. Technology<br />Activated Carbon<br />Used in currently available supercapacitors<br />CNT Forest<br />Used in the MIT method<br />CNT Paper<br />A method for increasing the 3D structure potential, though packing factor is relatively low<br />CNT Filaments<br />The X-Cap™ method, which allows for 3D structures with high packing factor and high strength to yield high surface area<br />Activated Carbon: Universidade Estadual de Maringá (Brazil), CNT Forest: University of York, CNT Paper: Nano-Lab, CNT Fibers: University of Texas at Dallas <br />
    14. 14. Technology<br />2007-2010<br />Carbon Nanotube<br />Dry Spinning<br />Wet Spinning<br />IP: Patent <br /> Pending<br />IP<br />X-CapTM Cell<br />CNT Filaments<br />Finished Filaments<br />
    15. 15. Competition<br />Less $ for High Power<br />Applications<br />100<br />X-CapTM<br />1 second<br />Recharge<br />1 second<br />Recharge<br />Other Supercaps<br />300<br />Lead-Acid Batteries<br />Capital Cost per Unit Power - $/kW<br />1000<br />8 hours<br />Recharge<br /> Li-Ion<br />3,000<br />3 hours<br />Recharge<br />Less $ for Energy Storage Applications<br />10,000<br />1,000<br />100<br />10,000<br />10<br />Capital Cost per Unit Energy - $/kWh - output<br />Source: ESA<br />
    16. 16. Market Size/Growth<br />$53B<br />Small UPS energy storage<br /><ul><li> SOM: $940M in 2010
    17. 17. 8.0% CAGR
    18. 18. Concentrated buyers
    19. 19. Green IT movement
    20. 20. Enersys has 70% share</li></li></ul><li>Product<br />Supercapacitor<br />Power Back-up Batteries<br />
    21. 21. BusinessModel<br />Just like SLA today<br />Power Backup Systems Manufacturers<br /><ul><li>Key account management
    22. 22. Unit pricing based on SLA lifecycle costs
    23. 23. Delivery contracts for quantity and term</li></ul>X-CapTM<br />Infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Core R&D
    24. 24. University partners
    25. 25. Corporate partners</li></ul>Other Supercapacitor Manufacturers<br /><ul><li>Technology licensing for other markets
    26. 26. Pricing based on annual and per unit fees</li></li></ul><li>U.S. Energy Production<br />Dept of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University<br />
    27. 27. Financial Projections<br />Large prototype validation - $250K <br />Pilot plant - $1.25M<br />Full-size plant - $23.5M<br />Gross Margin -35% -18% 2% 31% 52%<br />Unit Sales 216 648 1,944 5,400 15,336<br />Headcount 9 9 16 33 77<br />
    28. 28. X-CapTM<br />Thank You<br />Karl Young<br />karl@extremecapacitor.com<br />(360)878-9749<br />(323)770-2390 m<br />

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