Drop the old energy paradigm, says battery pioneerFeatured The Australian Financial Review
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.
2020 Best Tech Startups in ConnecticutFeatured The Tech Tribune
“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.”
How Battery Technology Will Drive the Future of Clean EnergyThe Mobile Century
As the world considers how to transition to a low carbon energy future, battery technology is increasingly in the spotlight as holding the key to the future of energy production and storage. Industry research firm BloombergNEF forecasts that by 2030 the battery market will be worth $116 billion annually, and that doesn’t include investment in the supply chain. Despite this promise, there remain a number of technical, social and environmental issues which need to be addressed to ensure this full potential is achieved.
SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR ON BATTERIES, BALANCE, AND HOW SHE BUILT A GLOBAL BUSINESS IN CONNECTICUTConnecticut Innovations
As the demand for electric vehicles, consumer electronics, and grid energy storage systems continues to grow, so does the demand for safer, cheaper, high-performing lithium-ion batteries, which power most of these devices. The problem? Lithium-ion batteries are expensive to produce, have a history of exploding—one merely has to Google “Samsung phones exploding on planes” for more on that front—and have less capacity to store energy than do fossil fuels. Dr. Christina Lampe-Önnerud, CEO and founder of Cadenza Innovation, is solving these challenges and more. Her company, in which CI is an investor, has patented a battery architecture that is safer than existing designs, creates greater energy output, and is cheaper to produce. CI caught up with Christina recently to learn more about her company and her experience running a global business right here in Connecticut.
Lampe-Önnerud on the board of lithium producersElektronik Tidningen
The Chairman of the Board describes Christina Lampe-Önnerud as a “respected business leader and researcher in energy storage, with deep expertise in the development of lithium batteries for electric vehicles, energy storage in electricity grids, portable electronics and industrial applications”.
Behold the era of the ‘super battery’Asia Times
China’s BAK and US new energy firm Cadenza to construct a battery production line in the Shenzhen industrial park.
Christina Lampe-Onnerud at World Ecomomic Forum Global Future Council In Dubai – Moving from Thought Leadership to System LeadershipWorld Economic Forum
Christina Lampe-Onnerud at World Ecomomic Forum Global Future Council In DubaiWorld Economic Forum
Chrsitina Lampe-Onnerud Featured in CERC “Choose Connecticut” Promotional VideoCERC
Cadenza Innovation CEO Christina Lampe-Onnerud is featured in the Connecticut Economic Resource Center’s new Choose Connecticut promotional video, highlighting the state’s great environment for technology entrepreneurs.
Profiles in Connecticut innovation: High-energy Cadenza makes power storage more efficientHartford Current Magazine
As befits the head of a company advancing ion-lithium battery technology, Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation, exudes positive energy. She terms the seven-year startup, whose “Collaboration Center” is in Bethel, as a “think tank-like company with an execution track record” .
Calgary’s Energy Disruptors conference imagines future for an industry at a crossroadsGlobe & Mail Inc.
The second annual Energy Disruptors conference is being staged in a province that has for years struggled with an economic downturn – and where new pipelines and expanded oil and gas infrastructure are widely viewed as the solutions. It is also taking place against the backdrop of a federal election campaign in which both climate change and the expansion of Alberta’s oil sands are significant issues.
Lady Business: Scandinavian gender utopias and International Women’s Day lip-serviceLady Business
That’s from my second feature in the March/April issue of Inc., a profile of Christina Lampe-Onnerud, a Swedish scientist and American serial entrepreneur who’s spent decades trying to build better batteries for the computers and cars and residential grids that we all depend on: