"The first commercial application of the EESU is intended to be used in
electric vehicles under a technology agreement with ZENN Motors Company.
EEStor, Inc. remains on track to begin shipping production 15 kilowatt-hour
Electrical Energy Storage Units (EESU) to ZENN Motor Company in 2007 for use
in their electric vehicles. The production EESU for ZENN Motor Company will
function to specification in operating environments as sever as negative 20
to plus 65 degrees Celsius, will weigh less than 100 pounds, and will have
ability to be recharged in a matter of minutes."
ZENN motor cars (CDN NEV maker) has an exclusivity agreement with EESTOR to put its vaporware, I mean ultracaps, in its cars.
ZENN is a publicly traded company. I watched its share price today: it was up over 35% this morning until trading was suspended pending a ZENN news release about the EESTOR developments (which is odd, because the news was out from EESTOR yesterday afternoon).
ZENN's share price closed up 17% today. Trading volume was through the roof - 100 times more trades today than yesterday.
You could just play the market on the EESTOR hype and buy a real set of Altair's li-ions with the profits