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Ascend Elements ships sustainable cathode materials for a Commercial Li-ion Battery Application

In a milestone for the U.S. battery materials industry, Ascend Elements recently shipped decarbonized cathode materials to Freudenberg e-Power Systems, one of the world’s leading suppliers of emissions-neutral energy solutions for heavy-duty applications. The shipment is notable as one of North America’s first deliveries of engineered cathode materials for a specific battery …

Unleashing disordered rocksalt oxides as cathodes for rechargeable magnesium batteries

Researchers at Tohoku University have made a advancement in battery technology by developing a novel cathode material for rechargeable magnesium batteries (RMBs) that enables efficient charging and discharging even at low temperatures. This innovative material, leveraging an enhanced rock-salt structure, promises to usher in a new era of energy storage …

Mitra Chem and Saint-Gobain Ceramics Enter a Strategic Partnership to Commercialize IRA-compliant LMFP cathodes with a Low Wastewater Manufacturing Process

Mitra Future Technologies, Inc. (“Mitra Chem”), a leading innovator of North American lithium-ion battery materials, and Saint-Gobain Ceramics, a global leader in specialty ceramic materials, announced a groundbreaking partnership to accelerate the production of lithium iron manganese phosphate (LMFP) cathode active materials. With Mitra Chem’s product guidance, Saint-Gobain Ceramics’ proprietary and proven manufacturing technology offers several cost and environmental advantages, including being solvent-free, sulphate-free and waste-water-free.
“Speed to scale is critical for success in the battery material industry. Mitra Chem’s core expertise in developing state of the art LMFP and next generation iron-based cathodes together with Saint-Gobain’s proven manufacturing technology for specialty ceramics lays the foundation for IRA-compliant manufacturing of LMFP cathode materials that is also environmentally sustainable”, said Chirranjeevi Gopal, CTO and co-founder of Mitra Chem.

IBU-tec advances development in sodium-ion battery research making further progress

IBU-tec advanced materials AG is furthering the development of advanced cathode active materials using its strong position in LFP battery materials. Among other things, IBU-tec is currently making progress in expanding production towards larger volumes and is pushing ahead with research projects. IBU-tec has already successfully completed the development and …