Energy Research at the University of Washington

UW invention could someday make gasoline obsolete (watch a video)

Technology invented by Aaron Feaver during his PhD work at the UW led to the founding of Seattle-based EnerG2 and the licensing technology that is transforming the way energy is stored. Provost Phyllis Wise called it a, "...wonderful success story."

The high-level vision for EnergG2 is to make gasoline obsolete. CEO Rick Luebbe said, "We can do that with electrical energy storage."

EnerG2 - New manufacturing plant was dedicated August 10, 2010. See the plant dedication video at: http://www.youtube.com/user/EnerG2Seattle