TRANSFORMING BATTERIES WITH

SMART POLYMERS

THE MARKET NEEDS SAFER SOLUTIONS

While lithium-ion batteries have made technology advancements over the years, they continue to fall short when it comes to safety and performance. Today’s batteries are sensitive to high temperatures and physical stress, which can result in battery fires.

We aim to replace highly volatile organic liquid electrolytes with advanced polymers that enable improved safety and performance

OUR BATTERY EXPERTISE, YEARS IN THE MAKING

We’ve been researching, developing, and testing advanced polymers in lithium-ion batteries for several years. This is an extremely challenging market with dozens of requirements that are critical for success.

Our extensive experience has led to the development of novel polymers and manufacturing systems, and we’re actively working to meet the requirements needed for the complex and sensitive electric vehicle market.

98

Battery-Related Patents

20,000+

Battery Test Cells Built to Date

DELIVERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCTION MANUFACTURING

Deep Polymerization Expertise
We are addressing the high-temperature stability issues of today’s conventional batteries by developing smart polymer electrolyte materials that will enable inherently safer, lower-cost lithium-ion batteries.

Manufacturing Expertise
We are also substantially simplifying the battery manufacturing process through the development of a highly desirable co-extrusion manufacturing process with the potential for massive capital savings.

Our transformative polymer materials will help unlock the next generation of materials technology

BEYOND LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES

For us, lithium-ion batteries are just the start. Our polymers can be customized and used in unique ways to enable new battery chemistries and solve the requirements of next-generation electric transportation. We plan to develop and use our materials in future innovations to deliver significant energy density and performance increases with greater safety improvements, all at a lower cost.