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Sustainable Energy Technologies Inc. (SETI) is unveiling new technology, called a Hybrid Graphene Supercapacitor power pack, which promises to penetrate a $20 billion commercial battery market, currently relying on lead acid and lithium-ion batteries for golf carts, RVs, boats and other vehicles. After rigorous testing by scientists worldwide, as well as SETI’s founders, the alternative power source is now ready for the U.S., debuting Friday at Palmetto-Pine Country Club in Cape Coral. The course will be the first in the U.S. to go green, using the capacitor and solar power on many of its golf carts, as well as solar and power storage on its golf cart storage area, SETI states. Currently, Gator Golf Cars in Florida is under contract for SETI Power. The University of Notre Dame, home of Indiana Michigan Power’s largest solar project, is interested in the capacitor as a better way to store and then use power, according to SETI.

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