SAN DIEGO, Feb. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --
Who: San Diego-based Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL), a leading developer and manufacturer of energy storage and power delivery solutions, today announced it will be exhibiting at the upcoming AWEA O&M and Safety Conference, where leaders come together to set a vision and plan for continued and expanded operational excellence in the wind industry.
Meet and speak with Gordon Schenk, Maxwell Technologies vice president of sales, Americas. Mr. Schenk will be available onsite for interviews.
What: Electric pitch systems require energy storage to ensure the system pitches the blades successfully during those critical moments when the turbine must be brought to a standstill. Today, a growing number of wind farm operators choose to install turbines with Maxwell Technologies-engineered ultracapacitor energy storage solutions due to its long life, minimal maintenance requirements and ability to significantly reduce O&M costs and boost turbine availability.
Maxwell will showcase its ultracapacitor modules for wind pitch control at the AWEA O&M and Safety Conference. Maxwell's ultracapacitor modules range from 16 to 160 volts and can be designed into new turbines or retrofitted to fielded turbines to improve pitch system performance.
Visit Maxwell's wind solutions page to learn more.
When and Where:
AWEA O&M and Safety Conference 2019
Booth # 102
February 27 -28, 2019
Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, California
Why: Visit Maxwell's booth to learn about the advantages of ultracapacitor-based energy storage for emergency pitch control. See why over 72,000 wind turbines worldwide rely on Maxwell ultracapacitors for fast-responding, high power delivery to the pitch system.
Maxwell Media Contact:
John Sperrazzo, Eye-To-Eye Communications: +1 (858) 361-4495; email@example.com
Product Photos Available Upon Request
SOURCE Maxwell Technologies, Inc.