When q dots were first talked about in the popular media they were sometimes referred to as virtual atoms. the idea was a substrate that would create dots or what act like the nuclease of atom but without any protons or neutrons and even more impressively on the fly with voltage changes spool up the electron configurations way way beyond what a normal stable atom would support. Quickly have a billion electrons in virtual shells in a single virtual atom and back down with a voltage change or make a perfect tunable laser.
Well it natural to imagine that such a system could create a solid state energy storage system with great density. It seems this firm (despite the bulky prototype) has created a battery with near instant charging and 5x the power density of lithium batteries. Now apply that to Tesla cars? Charge it faster than you can gas up and 5x the power density might imply a 1500 mile range. That would present more of a challenge to oil. I suspect this tech could work with the Hendo Hover board tech and the idea of solar highways and driver-less cars to give us the future. The solar highway stuff seem more feasible if wheels are constantly caking it over, but the added layer might interfere with the hendo magnetics.