In September, the two held a strategic signing ceremony in Shenzhen, with Mr. Li Xiangqian, Chairman of Shenzhen BAK Power Battery Co. and Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud, Founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation, representing their respective companies.
In February Cadenza Innovation signed a licensing agreement with Energy Renaissance, shown is a rendering of the Energy Renaissance Battery Manufacturing Facility
Lithium Ion Batteries were created in the 1970’s, long before smartphones or Teslas, yet today they power these devises and many other parts of our modern lives. Lithium-ion batteries are essential to our lives and businesses- but struggle to keep up with modern demands. Inside the race to build a better battery.
Christina Lampe-Onnerud lives in motion. Whether she’s whisking visitors through her beige offices and “dry room” laboratories, scribbling an impromptu industry analysis on a whiteboard, or just grabbing the nearest can of Coke to help a visitor visualize her companies technology, the founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation exudes energy, even in the most prosaic settings.
今日，深圳市比克动力电池有限公司(下文简称“比克电池”)与获得世界经济论坛(WEF)技术先锋奖的美国新能源创新企业Cadenza Innovation在北京举行战略合作签约仪式，深圳市比克动力电池有限公司董事长李向前先生与Cadenza Innovation 创始人兼首席执行官 Christina Lampe-Onnerud博士代表双方签署合作协议。双方将合作生产更高安全、更低成本、更高能量密度的“超级锂电池”及模组，并推动新产品全球产业化落地，持续提升锂电技术和品质，推动行业持续创新发展。
China is taking the lead on electrification, explains Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder of Cadenza Innovation. CNBC interview link below: