In they site they say nanotubes can store electricity http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/reducewaste/Power/ElectricStor.htm "Carbon nanotubes (CN) are cylinders of carbon atoms that are 1 or 2 nanometers in diameter. The molecular structure of the carbon atoms resembles wire mesh with six sided holes, similar to chicken wire. A carbon nanotube resembles an extremely tiny seamless tube of chicken wire. Carbon nanotubes have at least two potential uses. They can serve as tiny wires due to a property called electron tunneling, which lets them propagate electrical signals at scales where ordinary current flow is impossible. Carbon nanotubes can also store electrical energy." So how does it store electricity? and does it store it better than Lithium batteries?