The U.S. is behind Asia and Europe on battery manufacturing—but the push is on to change thatFeatured Fortune
I have known Christina Lampe-Önnerud for 15 years, and she is irrepressible. She has an ebullient personality and a passion for opera singing, jazz dancing, and cello playing—among other things. But her true love is batteries. She founded the battery company Boston-Power in 2005, ran it until 2012, and then took the only route she saw available to achieving scale in her business: she sold it to Chinese investors. It was an all-too-common case of American innovation providing the base for a Chinese manufacturing industry.
2022 Top Solar Storage ProductsFeatured Solar Power World
Eliminating risk of fires and explosions, Cadenza Innovation’s award-winning, U.S. Dept. of Defense-tested and UL-registered superCell technology platform fuels urban deployments due to its safe, flexible and space-efficient design. It bolsters utility grid resilience and powers a range of uses in the transportation and commercial and industrial sectors.
Growth of U.S. energy storage will hinge on innovation, engagement, and a robust domestic supply chain: “We could be a battery nation”Featured Edison Energy
Last year, lithium-ion battery provider Cadenza Innovation announced that it was developing a customer cloud portal to manage deployed distributed energy resources, an end-to-end battery manufacturing execution system, and equipment automation to support the expansion of its battery manufacturing in the U.S. and abroad.
Partnering with Rockwell Automation on the initiative, Cadenza aims to create a full digital thread that feeds information from business systems to the factory floor and subsequently out to deployed energy storage systems to close the loop by feeding data from the field back into its connected operations. The technology is expected to ensure peak performance of customer systems.
NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY RECOGNIZED FOR INNOVATIVE LEADERSHIP FOR BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMFeatured NYPA.gov
The New York Power Authority announced today that it received an Innovation Icon award from Cloud for Utilities for a first-of-its-kind battery storage system expected to serve as a model for commercial buildings looking for safer, lower-cost energy storage solutions. The pilot program spotlights Cadenza Innovation’s superCell lithium-ion battery technology to showcase the role that energy storage can serve in enhancing demand management and grid flexibility while helping to advance New York State’s nation-leading climate and clean energy goals.
Connecticut utilities launch next 100MW tranche of 580MW customer-sited ESS procurement
The site also says that deployments must use six pre-approved ESS solutions. The six for C&I projects are specific models from Cadenza, Caterpillar Inc, ELM Fieldsight, Milton CAT, Socomec and Tesla, its Megapack 2. Eligible residential solutions are from Enphase Energy, Generac PWRcell and Sunpower.
In CT and New England, batteries gain juice for emergency power
Multiple battery farms are now in the works in Connecticut that could provide short-term boosts in electricity, including in Milford. Danbury-based Cadenza Innovation is among the companies nationally developing utility-scale battery storage systems.
Batteridrottningen besökte Borlänge: ”Mina dalarötter har väglett mig”
Entrepenör, innovatör, VD, företagsledare – Doktor Christina Lampe-Önnerud från Ludvika skulle kunna få många namn. Hon gästade Dalarna Science Park i Borlänge förra veckan för att sprida kunskap och inspirera i det ämne hon brinner allra mest för: hållbarhet.
Schumer, Oates lobby head of hi-tech battery company to set up shop at iPark87Mid Hudson News
Cadenza Innovation, a manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries, has expressed interest in establishing a multi-hundred-million-dollar facility at iPark87, the former Tech City, in the Town of Ulster and U.S. Senator Charles Schumer and Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation President Michael Oates met with its CEO, Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud.
Another green company eyes iPark 87Daily Freeman
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer announced Tuesday that he has met with Christina Lampe-Onnerud, CEO of Cadenza Innovation, a lithium-ion battery company, to stump for the town of Ulster site as the location for the company’s proposed multi-hundred million dollar “supercell” manufacturing facility.
In a release touting the meeting, Schumer said he pitched the site, once home to an IBM manufacturing plant, as having “all the right assets” to become the home for Cadenza’s next major manufacturing facility.
Fully loaded program when the battery queen came for a quick visitDalarna Science Park
During yesterday’s guest performance at Dalarna Science Park, Christina managed to participate in no less than three different events. Right after her early morning flight from New York landed at Arlanda, she was part of the breakfast seminar Dalarna Talks via link and a few hours later she was at the Dalarna Science Park to lead a lunch meeting with about a hundred women.
Cadenza Innovation Consolidates In Danbury, With Plans To ExpandCT Patch
Earlier this month, lithium-ion battery brain trust Cadenza Innovation consolidated its Wilton and Bethel operations into bigger digs at the former Union Carbide building, now The Summit, on Reserve Road. The company currently licenses part of its technology to global manufacturers and will soon expand its efforts into manufacturing activities across the U.S.
ARPA-E is quietly backing some of America’s riskiest — and most promising — climate-saving tech.Protocol
Inside the vast ecosystem of the Department of Energy sits an unassuming agency that’s quietly shaping the transformative technology needed to confront the climate crisis.
Relatively unknown outside of climate tech circles, the wonkily named Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy (or ARPA-E for short) has built a reputation among founders for game-changing funding that’s helped startups through their earliest stages.
Murphy Highlights Danbury’s Cadenza Innovation as “Innovator of the Month”
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) announced that Cadenza Innovation, based in Danbury, was named July’s “Innovator of the Month.” Cadenza Innovation is a growth-stage company whose patented technology architecture – the ‘superCell’ – enables a new generation of safer, higher performing, lower-cost, lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries and energy storage solutions. Eliminating risk of fires and explosions, the U.S. Department of Defense-tested and UL Registered superCell technology platform fuels urban deployments due to its safe, flexible and space-efficient design, bolsters utility grid resilience, and powers a range of uses in the electric vehicle (EV) and commercial and industrial (C&I) sectors.
NTSB joins probe of CT’s ‘rare’ electric bus fire; only 18 verified incidents globally since 2010The Hour
Electric vehicle fires and combustion are common, chemical engineer Christine Lampe-Onnerud said. Lampe-Onnerud is the founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation, a Danbury-based company that produces safe, high-energy-density, low-cost batteries and energy storage options to transportation, utility and commercial/industrial markets. Lampe-Onnerud is working on a battery that can be used in electric vehicles and homes that would prevent a fire or explosion should one compartment of the battery malfunction.