CEO Christina Lampe-Onnerud to attend the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting at Davos, Switzerland as Co-Chair of the Global Future Council on Energy Technology  January 20-24, 2020

A Battery Breakthrough That Could Help Industries Power Up And Impact Climate Change

Les Echos The Innovator

The aim is “to deliver safer, more powerful and more sustainable technology to battery manufacturers worldwide by targeting two sectors critical to solving the complexities and challenges of global climate change,” says Lampe-Önnerud, one of 31 technology pioneers invited to the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland January 22-25.

A Novel Way to Advance a Better Battery Design

MIT News

Cadenza Innovation has developed a new design that improves the performance, cost, and safety of large lithium ion batteries. Now, with an unusual strategy for disseminating that technology, the company is poised to have an impact in industries including energy grid storage, industrial machines, and electric vehicles.

To Build a Better Battery

Design News

Batteries are like mousetraps: If you can build a better one, the world will beat a path to your door. In 2013, the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) created the RANGE Program, short for “Robust Affordable Next Generation Energy Storage Systems.” The Department of Energy (DoE) had recognized that electrochemical energy storage (batteries) were going to play a vital role in future renewable power grids and electric vehicles. ARPA-E wanted to find a way to dramatically improve safety, energy density (translating to greater vehicle range), and cost.

100 Women Making Money, Creating Jobs and Changing the World

Inc.

They are scientists, creatives, MBAs, data-nerds, and visionaries. For some, it’s the first time they’ve ever started a company. Others have been at this for decades. The Female Founders 100 are the entrepreneurs.  Inc. has been most intrigued by in the last year, whose smarts are rattling industries far and wide.

Svensk batteridronning med gjennombrudd: Det var virkelig fantastisk da de ringte meg

Dagens

Produsenten det er snakk om er kinesiske Bak, eller Battery King som forkortelsen står for. Bak har i dag to batterifabrikker med en samlet kapasitet på åtte gigawattimer, men skal ifølge Christina Lampe-Önnerud øke til 20 gigawatt.

Först på VA: Svenska batteridrottningen tecknade just sitt första kommersiella avtal – med Kinas batterikung

Veckans Affärer

Efter flera år av utveckling har Christina Lampe-Önnerud tecknat ett jätteavtal med en av de tio största batteritillverkarna i världen. “Det är ett jättestort avtal. Vi satsade på att ta en av de största och det har vi lyckats med”, säger hon efter att just kommit tillbaka från Kina till USA där hon bor och verkar med sitt företag Cadenza.

Christinas supercell ska tillverkas i Kina

ETN

Redan i början av nästa år ska kinesiska BAK Battery börja tillverka litionjonbatterier baserade på den teknik som amerikanska Cadenza utvecklat. Bakom företaget finns Christina Lampe-Önnerud och hennes man Per Önnerud.

US-Chinese firms forge ‘supercell’ partnership

Energy Storage Publishing

Chinese lithium battery company BAK Battery and US-based battery platform provider Cadenza Innovation have signed a cooperation agreement to manufacture lithium-ion cells and modules based upon Cadenza’s ‘supercell’ technology.

Supercell Architecture Is Centerpiece of BAK & Cadenza Innovation Agreement

Cleantechnica

Shenzhen BAK Power Battery and Cadenza Innovation have announced that they will co-manufacture lithium-ion (Li-ion) cells and modules based on Cadenza Innovation’s supercell architecture. The supercell architecture provides reliable safety, lower cost, and high energy density by combining small ‘jelly roll’ cells in a ceramic material to create larger cells.

DEALS: INVESTMENT ROUND UP

Energy Storage Journal

China’s Shenzhen BAK Power Battery and lithium ion battery firm Cadenza Innovation signed a deal on September 16 to cooperate to manufacture lithium ion cells and modules based on the US company’s supercell architecture.