Rockwell Automation and Battery Pioneer Cadenza Innovation to Explore Driving Energy Storage and Advance Sustainability
Rockwell Automation, Inc. (NYSE: ROK), the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and digital transformation, today announced it has begun collaborating with Cadenza Innovation, the award-winning provider of safe, low cost, and energy-dense Lithium-ion-based storage solutions, to define a strategic relationship including a shared goal of building the industry’s highest performance battery cell production lines.
Turtle & Hughes Partners with Cadenza Innovation to Deploy Next-Generation Lithium-ion Battery Packaging Technology
“Our focus on sustainable products and solutions led to this strategic partnership,” commented Kathleen Shanahan, Turtle & Hughes CEO. “Like Turtle, Cadenza Innovation has proven to be an industry leader in developing ground-breaking technology that will help solve our critical environmental challenges. Additionally, as a woman-owned diversity business ourselves, we were attracted to Cadenza Innovation, which was founded and is operated by CEO Christina Lampe-Onnerud, one of the world’s pre-eminent battery experts, the former founder, international chairman and CEO of Boston-Power and previous chairwoman of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Energy Technologies.”
Cadenza Innovation Founder to Keynote the Climate Investment Funds’ “Keeping the Power On” Virtual Conference
Cadenza Innovation, provider of the patented and UL-listed supercell design for manufacturing safer, higher-performing, lower-cost lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, today announced that Founder and CEO Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud will keynote the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) event, “Keeping the Power On: Sparking Energy Storage Solutions in Developing Countries.” Dr. Lampe-Onnerud will kick off the second day of the virtual conference, which focuses on unlocking the power of energy storage to accelerate clean energy progress in developing countries.
Cadenza Innovation Founder Explores the Advanced Battery Architectures Fueling a Safer Transition to Clean Energy
Cadenza Innovation, provider of the patented and UL-listed supercell design for manufacturing safer, higher-performing, lower-cost lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, today announced that Founder and CEO Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud will share her insights during this week’s NAATBatt Annual Conference and at next month’s International Battery Seminar & Exhibit, the world’s longest-running annual battery industry event.
NOVEL BATTERY PROJECT AT NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY TO DEMONSTRATE ENERGY STORAGE’S ROLE IN ADVANCING STATE’S CLEAN ENERGY GOALS
New York State today announced the unveiling of a new energy storage project that uses an innovation in lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery technology. The success of this project will demonstrate the safety and use of commercial energy storage systems that could enable more integration of renewable energy resources into the grid.
UL 9540a Testing Confirms Cadenza Innovation’s Battery Design Prevents Thermal Propagation in Grid Energy Storage Applications
Validating the safety features of its patented lithium-ion (Li-ion) technology, Cadenza Innovation today announced that UL9540A testing verifies that the company’s supercell battery architecture stops propagation when thermal runaway is induced inside the battery itself.
Explores Battery Technology’s Critical Role in the Clean Energy Transition
Cadenza Innovation, the award-winning lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery technology company, today announced that Founder and CEO Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud was the featured speaker in virtual events by leading organizations, including the World Economic Forum, S&P Global Platts and C200. The events showcased the renowned battery expert discussing Li-ion’s instrumental role in driving the clean energy transformation in the fight against climate change.
Livent Announces Addition of Two New Board Members, Dr. Christina Lampe-Önnerud and Pablo Marcet
“We are delighted to welcome Christina and Pablo to the Livent Board,” said Pierre Brondeau, chairman of Livent’s Board of Directors. “Christina is a highly respected business leader and scientist in the energy storage space, with deep expertise in lithium battery development for electric vehicles, grid storage, portable electronics and industrial applications, as well as climate change and environmental sustainability. Pablo is an accomplished executive with extensive experience operating in Argentina and in the mining industry globally. With their diverse backgrounds, Christina and Pablo will bring highly relevant, complementary perspectives that will strengthen the work of our Board and help advance Livent’s position as a leading, global, fully integrated producer of lithium products.”
POWERHOUSE BOARD SECURES STRONG START FOR FBICRC
FBICRC has appointed Christina Lampe-Onnerud as a special advisor to the Board. Ms Lampe-Onnerud is based in the greater New York area of the United States and is a world-leading battery expert with an extensive track record of growing and transforming businesses in the US, European and Asian markets, as well as in the commercialisation of Intellectual Property. She has worked in the fields of global energy transformation involving grids, transport, industrial and electronics markets, and has served as the founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation (current) and Boston-Power as well as being chairwoman for the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Energy Technologies.
42 Global Organizations Agree on Guiding Principles for Batteries to Power Sustainable Energy Transition
In the next decade, batteries will be a major driver in reducing the carbon footprint of the transport and power sectors, which are currently responsible for 40% of annual carbon emissions globally.
The Global Battery Alliance outlines 10 guiding principles for a sustainable battery value chain.
42 organizations – including businesses from automotive, mining, chemicals and energy with a combined revenue of approximately a trillion dollars – have agreed on these principles.
The principles are designed to foster the creation of a sustainable battery value chain by 2030.
For more information, please visit www.weforum.org.
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