Christina Lampe-Onnerud will Keynote the J.P. Morgan Clean Energy Metals Corporate Day                  May 15, 2018 in Sydney Australia

Wilton’s Cadenza Innovation CEO, Founder Making A Difference

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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.

UConn, Cadenza launch battery-tech research partnership

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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

Cadenza Innovation developing the future of battery power

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Under Lampe-Onnerud and spouse Per Onnerud, Cadenza is designing modular batteries that can be plugged together in series allowing for configurable power.

A Conversation With Christina Lampe-Onnerud, CEO Of Cadenza Innovation (CleanTechnica Exclusive)

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Christina Lampe-Onnerud is charming, gracious, and bubbling with enthusiasm for her chosen field of endeavor. Her mission is simple — compile the best and most current information from battery experts around the globe and use that data to build better batteries. Her key concerns are lower cost, higher energy density, and greater safety. “My dream is to put 20 years of industry best practice into a battery block you can use.”

Cadenza Innovation Awarded Patent for Unique Lithium-ion Battery Architecture

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Awarded to Founder and CEO Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud and Chief Technology Officer Dr. Per Onnerud, the patent recognizes the company’s unique multi-core lithium-ion battery cell structure, referred to as a super-cell.

University of Connecticut signs agreement to do high-capacity lithium ion battery research

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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 and Cadenza Innovation Team to Advance the Use of Graphite for Lithium-ion Batteries

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“Dr. Maric and the UConn clean energy engineering team are conducting vital research for energy storage and a range of other critical technologies,” said Cadenza Innovation Founder and CEO Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud. “Their world-class facilities, exceptional R&D staff and robust capabilities for analysis make them an ideal partner. With UConn’s help, Cadenza Innovation looks forward to advancing the state-of-the-art in graphite anodes specifically, as well as batteries and energy storage overall.”

Lithium-ion Battery Innovator Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud to Keynote NY-BEST Annual Meeting and Conference

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As State of New York Pursues Aggressive Cleantech Goals, Industry Pioneer Speaks at Premier Event on the Future of Energy Storage and Global Market Dynamics

Cleantech Entrepreneur Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud to Participate in Batteries Event 2017 and EY Strategic Growth Forum

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Lithium-ion Battery Industry Veteran to Keynote Internationally Recognized Energy and Power Supply Conference; Mentor Entrepreneurial Winning Women at Prestigious EY Event

10 Ways Women Can Beat Back Misogyny In The Tech World : Part 1

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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.

Cadenza Innovation teams for graphite anode development

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US battery startup Cadenza Innovation has teamed up with Australian mineral company Syrah Resources in a long-term research and development agreement to develop graphite anode technology for use in lithium-ion-based energy storage.

Cadenza Teams with Syrah to Advance Graphite Anodes for Li-ion Batteries

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Cadenza Innovation and Syrah Resources, Limited have signed an exclusive, long-term research and development agreement to fuel advancements in graphite anode technology for use in Li-ion-based energy storage.

American-Australian partnership to focus on graphite anode technology

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Australian minerals and technology company Syrah Resources and American energy storage company Cadenza Innovation have announced an exclusive, long-term research and development agreement to fuel advancements in graphite anode technology for use in lithium-ion-based energy storage.

Swedish battery queen explains why a little known material could knock lithium off its pedestal once EV-revolution hits

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As one of Sweden’s most successful entrepreneurs – also the founder of Boston Power – Lampe-Önnerud is sometimes called “The Queen of Batteries.” Under her lead, Cadenza’s five-year long development stint has culminated in partnerships with many international heavyweights – and a major bet on the next wave in battery technology.

Her ’energy Lego brick’ that would increase Tesla range by 70% is ready to go – Cadenza is in discussions with Elon Musk and other industry giants

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Christina Lampe-Önnerud, finally revealed the technology that she and the rest of the team at Cadenza Innovation have been working on for four years. She described the invention as an energy Lego brick for engineers.