Nickel-carbon supercapacitor technology
C2C-NewCap has several on-going collaborations to develop energy storage technologies ranging from TRL 5 to 7.
What else do we do?
C2C NewCap hybrid supercapacitors use a unique technology that combines proprietary nickel and carbon electrodes with a water-based electrolyte.

Our technology presents key performance parameters such as high-power, fast charging, extended life cycle, non-flammability, and low operating cost. Our product is a sustainable energy storage device that operates safely and efficiently even in severe environments.
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C2C-NewCap is designing high voltage modules for stationary applications together with leading European partners under the project HYFLOW.
Stationary applications
C2C-NewCap is testing plasma graphene technology for integration in energy storage devices, together with 5 leading European Universities under the PEGASUS project.
Graphene for energy storage
C2C-NewCap has been contributing to the development of redox supercapacitors. Our focus has been nickel-based materials, but we are also actively pursuing other metals and alloys.
Redox supercapacitors
C2C-NewCap has been developing coating procedures using electrospray deposition technology for precision thin coatings for faster response time of the active material.
Electrospray coating
Low-environmental impact aqueous electrolyte with high conductivity.
Aqueous electrolyte
Optimised cell design for minimum internal resistance and modular assembly for flexible solutions.
Nickel-carbon cells
With our expertise on carbon slurry formulation, we have developed carbon electrodes without flammable or toxic components.
Active materials
R2R coating
We run custom roll to roll (R2R) coating machines that give us extended flexibility to manufacture custom solutions.
Nickel-carbon Supercapacitor Technology
CHECK OUT OUR PROJECTS

C2C NewCap hybrid supercapacitors use a unique technology that combines proprietary nickel and carbon electrodes with a water-based electrolyte.

Our technology presents key performance parameters such as high-power, fast charging, extended life cycle, non-flammability, and low operating cost. Our product is a sustainable energy storage device that operates safely and efficiently even in severe environments.

C2C-NewCap has several on-going collaborations to develop energy storage technologies ranging from TRL 5 to 7.

What Else Do We Do?

C2C-NewCap is designing high voltage modules for stationary applications together with leading European partners under the project HYFLOW.

Stationary applications

C2C-NewCap is testing plasma graphene technology for integration in energy storage devices, together with 5 leading European Universities under project PEGASUS.

Graphene for energy storage

C2C-NewCap has been contributing for the development of redox supercapacitors. Our focus has been nickel-based materials, but we are also actively pursuing other metals and alloys.

Redox supercapacitors

With our expertise on carbon slurry formulation, we have developed carbon electrodes without flammable or toxic components.

Electrospray coating

Low-environmental impact aqueous electrolyte with high conductivity.

Aqueous electrolyte

Optimised cell design for minimum internal resistance and modular assembly for flexible solutions.

Nickel-carbon cells

We run custom roll to roll (R2R) coating machines that give us extended flexibility to manufacture custom solutions.

R2R coating

We have built -up expertise on the development of carbon slurry formulation, always avoiding the use of flammable and toxic components.

Active materials
Nickel-carbon supercapacitor technology
CHECK OUT OUR PROJECTS

C2C NewCap hybrid supercapacitors use a unique technology that combines proprietary nickel and carbon electrodes with a water-based electrolyte.

Our technology presents key performance parameters such as high-power, fast charging, extended life cycle, non-flammability, and low operating cost. Our product is a sustainable energy storage device that operates safely and efficiently even in severe environments.

C2C-NewCap has several on-going collaborations to develop energy storage technologies ranging from TRL 5 to 7.

What else do we do?

C2C-NewCap is designing high voltage modules for stationary applications together with leading European partners under the project HYFLOW.

Stationary applications

C2C-NewCap is testing plasma graphene technology for integration in energy storage devices, together with 5 leading European Universities under project PEGASUS.

Graphene for energy storage

C2C-NewCap has been contributing for the development of redox supercapacitors. Our focus has been nickel-based materials, but we are also actively pursuing other metals and alloys.

Redox supercapacitors

C2C-NewCap has been developing coating procedures using electrospray deposition technology for precision thin coatings for faster response time of the active material.

Electrospray coating

Low-environmental impact aqueous electrolyte with high conductivity.

Aqueous electrolyte

Optimised cell design for minimum internal resistance and modular assembly for flexible solutions.

Nickel-carbon cells

We run custom roll to roll (R2R) coating machines that give us extended flexibility to manufacture custom solutions.

R2R coating

With our expertise on carbon slurry formulation, we have developed carbon electrodes without flammable or toxic components.

Active materials
Nickel-carbon supercapacitor technology
CHECK OUT OUR PROJECTS
C2C NewCap hybrid supercapacitors use a unique technology that combines proprietary nickel and carbon electrodes with a water-based electrolyte.

Our technology presents key performance parameters such as high-power, fast charging, extended life cycle, non-flammability, and low operating cost. Our product is a sustainable energy storage device that operates safely and efficiently even in severe environments.
C2C-NewCap has several on-going collaborations to develop energy storage technologies ranging from TRL 5 to 7.
What else do we do?

C2C-NewCap is designing high voltage modules for stationary applications together with leading European partners under the project HYFLOW.

Stationary applications

C2C-NewCap is testing plasma graphene technology for integration in energy storage devices, together with 5 leading European Universities under project PEGASUS.

Graphene for energy storage

C2C-NewCap has been contributing for the development of redox supercapacitors. Our focus has been nickel-based materials, but we are also actively pursuing other metals and alloys.

Redox supercapacitors

C2C-NewCap has been developing coating procedures using electrospray deposition technology for precision thin coatings for faster response time of the active material.

Electrospray coating

Low-environmental impact aqueous electrolyte with high conductivity.

Aqueous electrolyte

Optimised cell design for minimum internal resistance and modular assembly for flexible solutions.

Nickel-carbon cells

We run custom roll to roll (R2R) coating machines that give us extended flexibility to manufacture custom solutions.

R2R coating

With our expertise on carbon slurry formulation, we have developed carbon electrodes without flammable or toxic components.

Active materials