General Capacitor is a start-up company focused on the development and manufacture of lithium-ion capacitor energy storage devices.
The company was founded by Professor Jim Zheng in 2011 in Tallahassee, Florida as a high-tech spin off from Florida State University to license patented LIC technology for commercialization. The company received funding and moved into its current headquarters at 132-1 Hamilton Park in late 2014.
GC seeks to supply next-generation capacitors for the modern electronics, transportation, and utility industries, while maintaining a high level of integrity and respect for all its employees, customers, and the environment.
Pilot production of LIC products begins 1st quarter of 2018. Stay tuned for pricing and availability.