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CEO Dave Walker and Dr. Marc Anderson Discuss Microbattery and Ultracapacitor Innovations Using Nanotechnology at Alternative Energy Conference.
Enable IPC Corporation (OTCBB: EIPC) presented Tuesday, April 24, during the Friedland Capital Alternative Energy Conference at the Doubletree Metropolitan Hotel in New York City. Dave Walker, CEO of Enable IPC and Dr. Marc Anderson of SolRayo, LLC and the University of Wisconsin presented on the company's patent-pending microbattery technology using thin film manufacture and nanotechnology. Additionally, they discussed the company's joint development of a new, nanoparticle-based ultracapacitor technology with SolRayo, LLC. In 2006, the high-growth ultracapacitor industry was valued at $272 million dollars by an independent market research firm, due in part to the increasing popularity of personal electronics and hybrid vehicles. The presentation is available in its entirety on the corporate website at: www.enableipc.com/files/aec070424.pdf (approx. 3.5MB).
The Alternative Energy Conference is a special event, including formal presentations and panel discussions where members of the financial community, including portfolio managers, analysts, fund managers, brokers, investment bankers, and individual investors, meet with select senior management of publicly held and privately held companies.
Separately, Dr. Sung Choi, Director of Technology for Enable IPC will be presenting his unique method of creating nanowires at the Nanotech 2007 Conference in Santa Clara, CA, Tuesday, May 22, 2007 at 4:00pm.
The conference will take place at the Santa Clara Convention Center from May 20th - 24th. More information can be found at http://www.nsti.org/Nanotech2007.
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About Enable IPC Corporation
Enable IPC Corporation has a patent application on a proprietary concept that combines thin film manufacture with nanotechnology to produce a microbattery that the company believes will significantly out perform comparable products and revolutionize the microbattery industry. The company's product is expected to be smaller, cheaper, longer lasting, and more environmentally friendly than comparable existing products. The microbattery is ideal for use in multiple applications including healthcare products, RFID tags, and smart cards.
Forward-Looking Statements: This release contains forward-looking statements, such as "believes," "expected" and similar terminology, which are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results that the Company achieves to differ materially from any of the forward-looking statements. Such risks and uncertainties, include, but are not limited to, the following: the timely development and market acceptance of products and technologies, the ability to secure additional sources of financing, the difficulties in forecasting results from development efforts, difficulties in accurately estimating market growth, the impact of changing economic conditions, business conditions in the microbattery industry and others identified in our Annual Report on Form 10-KSB, as amended, and other Securities and Exchange Commission filings. The company undertakes no obligations to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.
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