Vision & Mission
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Energy for Mobility and Stationary Storage
By harnessing innovative research capability to deliver commercially relevant, patent-protected & novel rechargeable batteries for the rapidly expanding energy storage market
Sodium-ion Batteries (Na-ion)
We provide safer and sustainable energy storage solutions based on sodium-ion chemistry as an alternative to Li-ion rechargeable batteries.
Sodium offers tremendous potential due to its ubiquitous high abundance and cost-effectiveness. We can therefore mitigate the issues of scarcity, import dependence, cost, and demand-supply ratio associated with lithium, nickel, and cobalt which all require resource-intensive mining.
Our proprietary hard carbon anode and symmetrical Al-Al current collector structure exhibit excellent energy storage performance. Advantages over Li-ion include zero-voltage storage/transportation, faster charging, wider temperature range, better thermal stability as well as improved storage capacity, and better cyclability.
‘Self-Reliance’ for energy needs is rapidly becoming essential for many countries. A domestic supply chain for all raw materials amalgamated with our end-to-end battery cell manufacturing make our Na-ion technology ideal for India, which is capable of being replicated worldwide.
Lithium-Sulfur Batteries (Li-S)
In addition, we are also developing batteries utilizing Li-S technology.
The specific capacities of most cathodes for Li-ion batteries have reached their theoretical limit. A Lithium-Sulfur battery system is very promising due to its very high theoretical gravimetric energy density (2600 Whkg-1) resulting from the very high theoretical specific capacity of the Sulfur cathode (1675 mAhg-1). Sulfur is also abundant in nature, has low cost and is environmental friendly. Currently, Li-S chemistry is immature but it has the potential to become a disruptive technology for energy storage in particular sectors such as aviation and space applications.
Offering a range of benefits to
meet your clean energy requirements.
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