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
There has been much discussion over the past few years about the ‘energy transition’. The underlying premise is that the transition to lower and zero-carbon energy sources should be accelerated to mitigate the impact of global warming. The current pandemic is shining additional light on global inter-connectivity and the need to collaborate and share best practices.
Battery technology for electric vehicles and energy storage will play an important part of the broader energy transition. Key topics include understanding cost trends and competitiveness of these technologies and challenges ahead for alternative storage technologies.
Roman Kramarchuk, head of energy scenarios, policy and technology analytics at S&P Global Platts, talks with Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation.
Internationally recognised battery pioneer Christina Lampe-Önnerud has called for a complete rethink of the way traditional energy is priced to facilitate a more rapid pathway through the transition to clean energy.
“Cadenza Innovation, Inc., based in Connecticut, was founded in 2012 by Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder and former CEO of Boston-Power, and one of the pre-eminent battery experts in the world. Christina has once again assembled a world-class team, many of whom had key leadership roles at Boston-Power, with a ground-breaking battery pack architecture and global Tier 1 partners.
Cadenza Innovation (originally named CLOTEAM) is poised to become a world leader in battery architecture, performance and safety, with a mission to solve big problems through innovation in technology.”