Cadenza Innovation developing the future of battery powerFeatured New Haven Register
Under Lampe-Onnerud and spouse Per Onnerud, Cadenza is designing modular batteries that can be plugged together in series allowing for configurable power.
Cuomo’s Energy Storage Target Goals Now Include Li-ion Supercell Technology Demonstration ProjectFeatured Cleantechnica
New York State has awarded Cadenza Innovation funding for a demonstration project featuring Li-ion supercell technology, a standalone system that includes a rack-mounted 200kWh, 50kW battery storage unit. The project is part of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) drive to pursue nation-leading clean energy goals, including Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s energy storage target of 1500 megawatts in New York State by 2025. As the pioneering provider of energy storage solutions for license to lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery manufacturers, Cadenza Innovation offers unique cell design that combines the best properties from wound jelly rolls and large prismatic cells. That allows for high energy density at low cost for EV, PHEV, and grid markets.
Christina Lampe-Onnerud CEO Radio Interview with Ray HoffmanFeatured WCBS Radio 880
Ray Hoffman is the host and producer of CEO Radio on WCBS Newsradio 880. The daily program is a celebration of the entrepreneurial spirit in a one-minute news feature format. Ray interviews interesting entrepreneurs and chief executives, and lets their stories and experiences unfold over a period of several days. Each day brings a different aspect of their experience.
Ray interviewed Cadenza Innovation CEO Christina Lampe-Onnerud in early April 2018, below is a link to the interviews.
Project at NYPA will test new lithium-ion technologyAmerican Public Power Association
Cadenza Innovation was awarded $1 million in funding from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) for a project that will demonstrate a behind-the-meter energy storage system using an innovation in lithium-ion battery technology.
Battery demo project to advance NY power grid energy storageSmart 2.0
The funding from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) will be used for a stand-alone lithium ion battery system that includes a rack-mounted 200kWh, 50kW battery storage unit by the autumn of next year.
Energy storage firm Cadenza wins NYSERDA fundingSmart Grid Today
Cadenza Innovation, a provider of energy storage solutions for license to lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery manufacturers, was awarded funding for a demonstration project to further New York State’s nation-leading clean energy goals, the firm said yesterday. The project supports Gov Andrew Cuomo’s, D, energy storage target of 1,500 MW in New York State by 2025, it added.
Local company plans test run for high-capacity battery storageThe Hour
Created in 2012 by Wilton resident Christina Lampe-Onnerud, Cadenza Innovation is developing a new class of lithium-ion batteries that can be paired together like Legos depending on the amount of power capacity needed, and assembled to fit in available space.
A new startup is showing how to make batteries cheaper—and saferQuartz
Meanwhile, New York state’s energy research body NYSERDA has today (June 5) announced that it will partner with Lampe-Önnerud’s company to build a demonstration unit to store energy on the grid. Cadenza will get $1 million from NYSERDA to build the unit in White Plains (following a technical report Cadenza published in July last year addressing NYSERDA’s needs). Unlike ARPA-E, NYSERDA has more room on battery costs.
She develops the batteries of the future – which will revolutionize the industryNyTeknik
The researcher and entrepreneur Christina Lampe Önnerud is working on a new supercell architecture that will make the batteries of the future better, safer and cheaper.
Wilton’s Cadenza Innovation CEO, Founder Making A DifferenceWilton Daily Voice
Cadenza works on Lampe-Onnerud’s specialty: battery storage (the press has dubbed her the “Battery Queen”) and has ambitious plans of improving battery space and using innovation to package energy cheaper and better for pivotal global markets, energy storage, and global vehicles.
University of Connecticut signs agreement to do high-capacity lithium ion battery researchNew Haven Register
The University of Connecticut has signed a three-year research agreement with a Fairfield County company that is developing high-capacity lithium-ion batteries for such uses as giving electric vehicles greater range between charges and energy storage for use at a later time.
UConn, Cadenza launch battery-tech research partnershipHartford Business Journal
A Wilton-based battery technology designer whose investors include Connecticut Innovations, is funding the three-year collaboration, which includes UConn materials science and biomedical engineering professors. Led by Prof. Radenka Maric, UConn’s vice president for research and Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Professor of Sustainable Energy
10 Ways Women Can Beat Back Misogyny In The Tech World : Part 1Cleantechnica
Misogyny in the tech world is too important a story for us at CleanTechnica to overlook. So here is the first of a three-part series in which we explore ways in which women can thrive in the tech world.