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  • 2017
    • Acquired by Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: MXWL)
  • 2011
    • Listed in TSX Venture Exchange (Stock Symbol: NCE)
  • 2010
    • Launched 16V, 64V, 86V, series modules and 125V module
    • Second factory established at Dongtan site
  • 2009
    • Launched 48V series modules
    • I2BF invests in Nesscap Co., Ltd.
  • 2008
    • Wealthbridge invests in Nesscap Co., Ltd.
  • 2007
    • ISO/TS 16949/2002, certified by Kiwa INTERNATIONAL CERT Zertifizierung GmbH
    • CE Certification approval from TÜV Rheinland Product Safety GmbH
  • 2006
    • ISO 14001:2004, certified by Korea International Standards Certification
    • ABB certifies Nesscap as “Approved Supplier”
  • 2004
    • Factory expansion and relocation to Giheung site
  • 2003
    • ISO 9001:2000, certified by DAS Certification Ltd
    • Solectria “Super 7” Project - 8000 miles of trouble free hybrid driving with Nesscap ultracapacitor module
  • 2002
    • Singapore Technologies Kinetics invests in NESS Capacitor Co., Ltd.
    • NESS Capacitor Co., Ltd. renamed to Nesscap Co., Ltd.
  • 2001
    • New enhanced EDLC product-line introduced at 42 Volt System Conference
    • Japanese company invests in NESS Capacitor and begins marketing of NESS EDLC in Japan
    • Capacitor factory established at Sangal site
  • 2000
    • NESS EDLC cited for top performance in comparison test at 11th Int’l Seminar on EDLC held at Deerfield
    • NESS Capacitor Co., Ltd. spun off from NESS Corp.
    • First commercial shipment of large-size EDLC to US market
  • 1999
    • NESS EDLC makes debut appearance at 10th Int’l Seminar on EDLC held at Deerfield Beach, Florida
    • NESS Corporation founded
  • 1998
    • NESS center officially established at Institute for Advanced Engineering (IAE)
    • Feasibility study of energy storage and display device technology