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Enable IPC Corporation (PINKSHEETS: EIPC) today announced the launch of a redesigned corporate website.
Enable IPC Launches Redesigned Website
Valencia, CA | Posted on August 26th, 2009
The site www.enableipc.com describes the Company's microbattery and ultracapacitor technologies, introduces Enable's management team and provides comprehensive investor relations information. Additionally, the website contains discussions on the microbattery and ultracapacitor industries, nanotechnology and intellectual property commercialization.
David Walker, the Company's CEO, said, "By updating the site to be more user-friendly, we hope to provide relevant Company and industry information in a compelling and engaging manner. We realize that our technology can be complex and hope the new site provides a simple, clear explanation of both our technologies and our business."
The web address is: www.enableipc.com.
$600 Million Ultracapacitor Market
Enable IPC's ultracapacitor technology is aimed at a market estimated to grow to over $600 million by the year 2012. While the Company has been mostly focusing on the use of ultracapacitors in renewable energy, there are also huge opportunities for this technology in consumer, other industrial and transportation applications as well. For more detailed information on ultracapacitors, please visit the corporate website at: www.enableipc.com/ultracapacitor.html.
This release may contain forward-looking statements, such as "estimated," "could," "should" and similar terminology that are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, which may cause a company's actual results in the future to differ materially from forecasted results. These risks and uncertainties include, among other things, the ability to secure additional financing for the company, changing economic conditions, business conditions, and the risks inherent in the operations of a company.
About Enable IPC
Enable IPC (Intellectual Property Commercialization) is developing microbattery technologies, consisting primarily of improved cathodes using structures on the nanoscale, and ultracapacitor technologies utilizing nanoparticles.
We believe these new technologies will allow us to manufacture microbatteries and ultracapacitors with improved energy and power at substantially reduced cost, opening the door to a markets estimated to grow to over $3 billion (according to two independent market research reports).
Our team has extensive expertise in commercialization, battery technologies, and small business management and growth. We are also active in several charitable activities.
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