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This Week: Maxwell Technologies Visits Beijing for China Windpower

This Week: Maxwell Technologies Visits Beijing for China Windpower

| Yayoi Suzuki, Sr. Global Marketing Communications Manager



This week Maxwell attends China Windpower in Beijing. Visit our team in West Hall 1, C09 to explore our line of ultracapacitor energy storage solutions for wind turbine pitch control.

To learn more about the advantages of ultracapacitor energy storage for wind turbine pitch control, browse the resources below.

Cut O&M Costs With Ultracapacitors (Supercapacitors) For Wind Turbine Emergency Pitch Control Systems

Cut O&M Costs With Ultracapacitors (Supercapacitors) For Wind Turbine Emergency Pitch Control Systems

More wind farms leave behind traditional approaches as emerging technologies improve operations and wind turbine performance.
Application Close-Up: The Key Role of Energy Storage Backup Power for Wind Turbine Pitch Control

Application Close-Up: The Key Role of Energy Storage Backup Power for Wind Turbine Pitch Control

Wind turbines operating with ultracapacitor-based energy storage for emergency pitch control systems typically require minimal maintenance, helping wind farm operators to reduce operations and maintenance costs.
Customer Success Story: Wind Farm Cuts O&M Costs

Customer Success Story: Wind Farm Cuts O&M Costs, Reduces Number of Turbine Climbs with Maxwell’s Ultracapacitor Energy Storage Solution

An Iowa wind farm shares its success story with Maxwell’s ultracapacitor (supercapacitor) energy storage for emergency pitch control systems.

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Ultracapacitors in Your Daily Life: Keeping Wind Turbines Turning

Wind turbines power more than you think. To ensure they keep turning and producing power, more manufacturers are choosing ultracapacitors.

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4 Wind Turbine Upgrades that Improve Efficiency

Wind turbines continue to get larger and more efficient each year with the goal of increasing wind energy’s competitiveness. Here are four areas where wind turbines have been evolving to achieve higher performance.

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Yayoi SuzukiYayoi Suzuki
Senior Global Marketing Communications Manager
About this author

Yayoi Suzuki joined Maxwell Technologies as marketing communications manager in June 2012. Prior to joining Maxwell, she worked in the wireless and IT solutions industries and held marketing positions at Kyocera and Toshiba. A near-native San Diegan, she has a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from Grinnell College and a Master of Arts in sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles.





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