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Materials

EnerG2 Opens Plant For Carbon Materials

by Michael McCoy
February 20, 2012 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 90, ISSUE 8

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The EnerG2 facility in Albany, Ore.
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The EnerG2 facility in Albany, Ore.

EnerG2 has started production of nanostructured materials at a new facility in Albany, Ore. The company calls the facility the world’s first dedicated to commercial-scale production of high-surface-area carbon materials. It sees applications in ultracapacitors and other energy storage devices. The plant was built with the help of $21.3 million in funding from the Department of Energy. The firm’s other backers include the University of Washington and several venture capital firms.

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