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Abstract:
Next week, at Nanotech Northern Europe in Copenhagen, Anthony Kongats, CEO for Australia-based CAP-XX Ltd. (LSE:CPX), will share lessons learned while developing his company's nano-structured supercapacitors from government laboratory to today's deployment in space-constrained electronics devices worldwide.

CAP-XX CEO to Present at Nanotech Northern Europe

SYDNEY, Australia | Posted on September 17th, 2008

WHO:

Anthony Kongats founded CAP-XX in 1997 to commercialize the supercapacitor technology spawned by joint research done at the Australian government's premier science and research organization - CSIRO - and Kongats' own electronics company, Energy Storage Systems.

WHAT:

Kongats will share his commercialization challenges and his perspective on the global investment environment for nanotechnology. CAP-XX is the only publicly-listed nanotechnology company being profiled.

CAP-XX chose the Alternative Investment Markets (AIM) in London which had supported similar internationally-focused technology companies and other nanotechnology start-ups such as Oxonica.

Kongats will discuss start-up challenges such as attracting venture funding, readying a technology for production, building a patent portfolio, selling a new concept into a new market, preparing for a public offering and ramping manufacturing capacity to meet demand.

WHERE:

Nanotech Northern Europe, Europe's annual nanotechnology conference organized by Spinverse, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 23 - 25: www.nanotech.net/content/conference

WHEN:

Thursday, September 25 at 11:30 am, Kongats will present during the "Analyst Perspectives" section of "Investing in nanotechnology," a full-day session on the business and investment potential of nanotechnology.

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About CAP-XX Ltd.
The CAP-XX nano-structured carbon supercapacitors store energy in tiny cells, then release large bursts of power when needed. For example, mobile phones use supercapacitors to deliver brighter flashes and richer-sounding music, vibration energy-harvesters use them to power data transmission bursts in battery-free condition monitoring systems, and solid state disks (SSDs) rely on them for backup power.

CAP-XX has sold more than 3 million supercapacitors, enabling smaller, thinner, longer-running and more feature-rich space-constrained electronic devices such as camera phones, SSDs, PDAs, wireless sensors and medical devices. Examples include rugged PDAs and Point-of-Sale systems from Banksys, Handheld Products, Intermec, Datalogic and Symbol Technologies, and wireless condition-monitoring systems supporting energy-harvesters.

Sydney, Australia-based CAP-XX is publicly-traded on AIM and has sales offices in the UK and USA. For more information: www.cap-xx.com or

About Spinverse:

Spinverse commercializes emerging technologies by combining scientific, industrial and investment expertise. Spinverse organizes international technology events, provides capital and technology transfer services and coordinates national programs in nanotechnology, fuel cells and mobile communications. www.spinverse.com.

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Contacts:
Moody & Associates
Michelle Moody
214-363-3460

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