Developer of liquid-deposited nano-layer coatings intended to improve the battery production process. The company specializes in the development of an electrode coating technology process to improve the battery life and lithium-ion battery capacity in order to make them safe, thereby allowing grid storage markets to produce durable batteries.
Coreshell Technologies wants to solve the instability concerns of electrodes in Lithium-Ion batteries using nano-layer resins. They want to design the nano-layer resins to help protect the batteries from degradation reactions, and therefore losses of capacity and heat, while significantly improving their safety and energy storage efficiency. Coreshell Technologies hopes liquid-deposited nano-layer coatings will be enable 25% cheaper and 50% faster battery production.
Coreshell Technologies took part in the 2018 class of the CITRIS Foundry. CITRIS Foundry is the University of California accelerator for founders building deep technology startups.
Competitors to Coreshell Technologies nano-layer coatings in lithium-ion batteries include Altair Technologies, which specializes in ceramic nanomaterials and developed a lithium-ion battery with a negative electrode made from a lithium titanium oxide nanomaterial; A123 Systems, which commercializes technology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, developed a lithium-ion battery with a positive electrode made from nanostructured lithium-ion phosphate material and supplies lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles; and Sila Nanotechnologies, which are developing nano-layers for lithium-ion batteries specifically for electric vehicle implementations. Most work on nano-layer technology in lithium-ion batteries similar to Coreshell Technologies is taking place in Universities.
Coreshell Technologies wins the 2019 Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge in the Energy track supported by Air Liquide.
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Coreshell Technologies wins the 2019 Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge in the Energy track supported by Air Liquide | i-Lab Air Liquide
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