Energizing is defined as the physical performance characteristics of how long, fast or slow, and how much power can be delivered based on volume and weight. Performance characteristics are rated on time and number of life cycle charge and discharge events before output starts to decline. The addition of nanomaterials increases energy density which has a direct relationship with the lighter system engineering variable to enable other performance additions (smaller, more speed, more computing power, and/or larger payloads) to the form factor.