It may be called a supercapacitor, but it has two major advantages.
One is that it can be used to charge a car.
But, if used to power a power station, it can also provide backup power to a power grid when it’s down.
In a typical commercial scenario, a battery would be used as a backup for a power plant.
But for many industrial users, that means the battery could be used for other purposes.
A battery can store power for many days, weeks, months or even years.
For this reason, the batteries are usually designed to be used on a commercial scale, such as to store batteries to be replaced at the end of the day.
A number of electric vehicles and other electric vehicles are already equipped with lithium-air batteries that store energy for the entire lifetime of the vehicle.
The technology can also be used in industrial applications, such the storage of lithium-sulfur batteries for storage and transport.
These batteries can store enough energy to power an entire city for months, even years, depending on the application.
Lately, lithium-storage technology has been seen in the automotive industry.
Some manufacturers are looking to make lithium-acid batteries that can be stored for years and used to store and recharge batteries for electric vehicles.
The battery industry is already seeing a push for this type of technology.
This technology has the potential to be very disruptive to the auto industry.
In an industry where there is a lot of competition for the most energy efficient battery, battery storage is the most important part of any battery.
Battery technology has also seen a rapid rise in adoption.
According to a recent study by The Battery Company, the market for lithium-battery products is expected to grow to more than $15 billion by 2020, with an expected market of $50 billion by 2021.
The number of battery installations in Canada grew by more than 200 per cent between 2011 and 2016.
Lighter, more efficient batteries are also becoming more popular in the industry.
One company is also exploring the use of lithium carbonate as a way to make battery packs lighter.
But it’s important to note that these battery systems are not yet commercialized, and it’s not clear if lithium carbonates can be recycled, unlike batteries made from graphite.
The Canadian government has been trying to find ways to use these new technologies to reduce CO2 emissions, but so far, these efforts have been limited to a small fraction of the industry, such small scale testing and production.