100% Silicon anodes for Li-ion batteries
Higher capacity for demanding applications
Most commercially available lithium-ion batteries use graphite as an anode, with theoretical capacity of 370 mAh/g.
Silicon's theoretical capacity is 4200 mAh/g,
an order of magnitude greater than that of graphite.
The use of silicon in Li-ion can increase the battery capacity within the same cell form factor.
Pure Silicon Anodes for Li-ion batteries
We have demonstrated a new way to approach and overcome the Silicon anodes challenge in a simple and scalable process, while maintaining the Silicon advantage.
100% silicon &
Low cost manufacturing process
No catalysts are used
No Silicon alloys
Binder free anodes
-no PVDF, no PTFE
WE GROW THE FUTURE OF ENERGY STORAGE
Over 40% increment with the same volume
Anodes are flexible and can be used for most cell shapes
Hundreds of cycles have been demonstrated
Improved safety over other Li-ion batteries