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 W.A.R.4Life We Are Ready 4 LifeJason WilliamsExecutive Director Non-Profit Advanced Manufacturing  Background:
With years of collective experience in the energy sector, our team brings a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing the DOE. We have successfully navigated complex projects and initiatives, demonstrating our ability to deliver results and drive impactful change. Our track record showcases our commitment to excellence and innovation in every endeavor we undertake.

We are deeply committed to advancing the DOE's mission and contributing to the transformation of the energy landscape. Our team is passionate about tackling pressing energy challenges, promoting sustainability, and driving innovation across the sector. We recognize the importance of collaboration and are eager to partner with the DOE to achieve shared goals and objectives.

We offer a diverse range of capabilities that align with the DOE's priorities and objectives. From expertise in funding opportunities and business development to proficiency in technology innovation and project management, we possess the skills and resources needed to support and enhance the DOE's initiatives. Our multidisciplinary approach enables us to address complex challenges comprehensively and develop effective solutions that drive tangible impact.

In summary, WAR4Life stands ready to collaborate with the Department of Energy to advance its mission and accelerate progress towards a sustainable energy future. With our background, interest, and capabilities, we are well-positioned to be a valuable partner in achieving shared objectives and delivering meaningful outcomes.


Phone: 9198067071

Address: 312 S. Driver St, Durham, NC, 27703, United States
 Transfr, IncFaith MurphreeDirector, Funding Small Business Workforce and Economic Development  Transfr is a virtual reality (VR) platform that provides immersive workforce training and access to various in-demand jobs. It creates seamless pathways from classrooms to careers, equipping the workforce of tomorrow with essential skills that lead to sustainable employment. Using VR headsets, trainees can enter digital worlds and interact with content that simulates 350+ diverse workplace scenarios, such as manufacturing robotics, installing solar panels, or auto body/collision repair. These realistic simulations provide participants with hands-on training within a safe, flexible virtual environment accommodating diverse learning styles and abilities. As trainees interact with the content, a digital coach guides them through essential tasks, providing personalized instruction, constructive feedback, and performance assessments. Transfr incorporates challenges and exercises to maintain trainee engagement, providing real-time feedback within the virtual environment, thereby contributing to skill retention and increased engagement. These simulations serve various purposes, such as providing career exploration opportunities for both youth and adult jobseekers, facilitating onboarding for new employees, conducting regular assessments (e.g., annual skills training), and serving as a recruiting tool in local regions to enhance industry and occupation awareness.


Phone: 6464662600

Address: 2196 Third Ave, New York, NY, 10035, United States
 Business-Higher Education ForumFrank AveryManaging Director Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  The Business-Higher Education Forum is the leading national non-profit organization that connects business and higher education to align and scale solutions to meet emerging and persistent talent needs in advanced skills areas like cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and clean energy technologies. With 45 years of experience building high-impact, inclusive pathways across higher education and into work, BHEF is the national voice convening and catalyzing partnerships across higher education and business leaders that create accelerated and effective talent solutions. Business and university leaders join together with BHEF to lead innovation at their organizations and in the field to integrate and align learning and work to meet the changing talent needs of learners, workers, businesses and the competitiveness of our nation.


Phone: 6787729326

Address: 1 Dupoint Circle, Washington, DC, 20036, United States
 Coral Wings AcademyMatthew SimsEducator Academic Energy Storage Introduction to Drone Flight OperationsProviding education and training to young high school students about the concepts of electrical storage, electrical control systems, battery composition, battery run times, consumption rates, discharge rates, and more in relation to drone flight.

Additionally, we are aiming to ensure full lifecycle education is part of the curriculum so that the rare earth metals that are used to make high discharge lithium ion/polymer battery packs are recaptured and able to reach a proper recycling facility. The goal is to educate and implement a battery recycling program within the US Virgin Islands to keep our landfill free of valuable materials.


Phone: 3406924230

Address: RR1 Box 10000, Kingshill, VI, 00850, United States
 Borman Specialty MaterialsWilliam GoldenDirector Small Business Advanced Manufacturing  Borman Specialty Materials (“Borman”) is the leading producer of electrolytic manganese dioxide (“EMD) in the United States and the highest quality producer in the world with a current capacity of 25,000 metric tons of manganese-based cathode material per year. As an earth abundant cathode material, manganese is critical to the green transition of the United States economy.

Borman’s products, include but are not limited to, EMD, lithiated EMD (“Li-EMD”), high purity lithium manganese oxide (“LMO”) and LMO with nickel additive (“LMNO”). Borman produces MnSO4 solution as an intermediate product.

Borman's research and development team is working on cobalt-free, high voltage cathode materials. Borman holds several patents for the production of high purity LMO and LMNO. Borman seeks to leverage the deep knowledge of manganese chemistry of its team.

Borman is located in Henderson, Nevada on a 120-acre industrial site that dates back to 1942. Borman has access to abundant hydropower via the Hoover Dam as well as control over a pre-existing power system capable of consistently delivering power in excess of 1 gigawatt.

Borman has a highly skilled workforce and provides significant training to its employees.

Borman is seeking to partner with downstream customers as well as those engaged in research and development to expand the use and quality of its products.


Phone: 702-651-2308

Address: 560 W. Lake Mead Parkway, Henderson, NV, 89015, United States
 HoneywellBill McShaneDirector of Business Development, NAR Large Business Advanced Manufacturing Battery Material processing and ManufacturingHoneywell can bring high-performance technology for each step in the Lithium-ion battery manufacturing process and beyond – integrated metrology with controls to reduce scrap, improve yields and minimize carbon footprint – and how to improve cell performance and uniformity to meet increasing quality demands of electric vehicle and BESS manufacturers. Honeywell’s Manufacturing Excellence Platform with connected QMS tracks production process, identifies deviations and anomalies, and provides real-time “cost-based” feedback. This helps to reduce quality deviations and the risk of production errors. Manufacturers can improve the efficiency, quality, and safety of their production processes, ultimately leading to increased productivity and profitability. This integrated approach of operational and quality management along with financial cost effectiveness is a key differentiator for gigafactories seeking to be successful in this rapidly expanding global industry.

The greatest hurdle confronting the electric vehicle market is the need to reduce the cost of vehicles to broaden their mainstream adoption. In turn, Lithium-ion battery (LiB) manufacturers face acute pressure based on commitments to produce reliable quantities of high-grade
batteries at the lowest possible cost.
I look forward working with you


Phone: 9732704147

Address: 115 Tabor Road, Morris Plains, NJ, 07950, United States
 Georgia Southern UniversityHossein TaheriAssistant Professor and Director of LANDTIE Lab Academic Advanced Manufacturing  LANDTIE has positioned itself as a hub for innovative research, particularly in Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation (NDT&E), In-line monitoring, and Metrology for Advanced Manufacturing and Materials.
Our profound interest aligns seamlessly with the research focus of LANDTIE. Our emphasis on nondestructive evaluation and characterization of materials resonates with our passion for advancing techniques that ensure the structural integrity and quality of materials. Additionally, the lab's commitment to in-situ monitoring and control for manufacturing processes aligns with our keen interest in developing and implementing real-time monitoring systems to enhance manufacturing efficiency and product quality.
Beyond NDT&E, our interest extends to the realm of advanced manufacturing and material processing techniques. We are particularly intrigued by the ongoing research in metal additive manufacturing, Friction Stir Welding, Cold Spray, and the development of novel techniques for processing polymers and composites. These areas of interest reflect a commitment to staying at the forefront of manufacturing technologies and contributing to the advancement of materials science.
Aligned research interests, educational background, and hands-on experiences position us as a research partner ready to actively contribute to the lab's mission of advancing manufacturing technologies and materials science. We look forward to the opportunity to collaborate with fellow researchers to drive impactful advancements within the realm of advanced nondestructive testing and manufacturing processes.


Phone: 9124787463

Address: 4012 Forest Dr., Statesboro, GA, 30458, United States
 United Steelworkers (USW)Chris SalmAssistant Director, Organizing Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development Labor UnionUnited Steelworkers (USW) is North America’s largest industrial union, representing 1.2 million members and retirees across the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. Workers in our union are leaders in their communities and perform work in almost every sector of the economy, including heavy industry, advanced manufacturing, fuel extraction & refining, and energy production. Our union is committed to partnering with employers who want to create high-quality jobs and support healthy communities. We are eager to collaborate to overcome barriers and achieve shared goals to ensure broadly-shared prosperity in the transition to clean energy.

USW has extensive experience applying for and securing funding for programs that support working people. United Steelworkers has expertise in:

Workforce Recruitment & Development—Our union has worked with employers of all sizes to recruit diverse workforces. We have also developed and secured funding for many different models of pre- and post-employment training and upskilling, from pre-apprenticeship basic skills development to advanced manufacturing certifications. We have collaborated with companies to build training programs that are tailored to both employer and regional needs.

Project De-Risking—USW has supported endeavors with partner employers to build high quality and stable workforces. United Steelworkers is also on the forefront of creating proactive training programs that encourage safe, healthy, and productive workplaces.

Pro-Worker, Pro-Industry Advocacy— USW utilizes our resources and mobilizes our members to advocate for policy and legislation at the local, state, and federal levels that create high-quality job opportunities and support the needs of our members.


Phone: 310-308-2099

Address: 60 Blvd of the Allies, Five Gateway Center, Organizing Department, Pittsburgh, PA, 15222, United States
 Cybernetics Industries, Inc.Russell WatkinsCOO Small Business Advanced electrification technologies Batteries Mfg., Gird Development, Facilities SupportProducts:
Automation Equipment ● Computer and Control Systems ●
Electrical Products ● Electronics ● Energy Management
Products ● Generators ● HVACR Equipment and Supplies
Consulting ● Computer Support ● Document Scanning ●
Energy Management ● Environmental Planning ● Facilities
Support Services ● Facilities Assessments , plus MEP ●
Building Automation (BAS) ● Inspection & Instrumentation
Services ● Program Management ● Project Management ●
Studies ● Training


Phone: (713) 504-2817

Address: PO Box 27028, Houston, TX, 77227, United States
 Richardson ElectronicsLun JiangBusiness Development Manager Large Business Advanced Manufacturing 7: Commercial-scale Domestic Production of Non-Lithium Based Battery Cell and SystemsRichardson Electronics is well-equipped to provide hosting infrastructure for the automated production line, encompassing facilities, testing equipment, and power connections, among other resources. Additionally, the Richardson Electronics team, comprising electronics engineers, sales and marketing professionals, quality assurance experts, and R&D project managers, can actively participate to ensure the seamless implementation of a production line utilizing cutting-edge technology. With 250,000 sq. ft of manufacturing space, Richardson Electronics can facilitate experimentation and small-scale demonstrations.


Phone: 6308161520

Address: 40W267 Keslinger Rd, LaFox, IL, 60147, United States
 AM Freight LLCAlan GellangarinCeo Small Business Other  Sourcing of the following minerals or mining site ,establishing a processing plant in the Philippines/Asia ,transportation of the following

Cobalt: Another important element, plays a significant role in the refining and processing of cobalt and is a major supplier to battery manufacturers.

Nickel: Philippines is 2nd among the world's largest producers of nickel..

Graphite: a key component in lithium-ion batteries.


Phone: 17026063933

Address: 8070 Tulip Bulb Street, Las Vegas, NV, 89113, United States
 OLI Systems, Inc.Vineeth RamChief Sustainability Officer Small Business Other  OLI has extensive experience assisting companies with the extraction and purification of Li, Co, Ni, and REE from ores, brines, and recycled batteries through application of our predictive process modeling software for electrolyte & aqueous chemical systems. Our extensive database of thermodynamic properties enables accurate prediction of the solution and phase chemistry of these key elements as well as the inorganic waste to deliver actionable insights. Our modeling capabilities can uniquely address complex electrolyte chemistry, mineral scaling, and corrosion while optimizing process designs and operations across a broad range of industries. With a presence in 40 countries and a successful track record spanning five decades of research and innovation partnerships with the US DOE and commercial organizations, OLI has an engaged partner ecosystem of technology and go-to-market partners.

OLI is interested in R&D collaboration opportunities to apply and expand its technical capabilities to support emerging battery materials processing applications across TRLs from bench and pilot scale to process design and operations, including monitoring and automation. Our capabilities are particularly relevant to supporting companies applying to AOIs 1a, 2a, 2b, 5a, and 5b.

Lithium hydroxide production and direct lithium extraction are part of OLI’s core competencies. We recently completed a DOE funded project in California on lithium extraction and purification from salt and sea brine. OLI was the principal process simulation expert consultant and OLI software was used extensively. We have the most extensive chemistry property database for lithium purification, and we have a kinetics-based model for lithium uptake by DLE media, enabling rigorous and accurate insights that can be used to improve process efficiency and reduce technical risk during scale up.

OLI also has deep expertise in simulating the chemistry of hydrometallurgical processes for many metals and their solid phases. Our proprietary battery metals database enables accurate simulation of solid-liquid separations, adsorption and solvent extraction mechanisms, oxidation-reduction, and other process-critical mechanisms.


Phone: 973-539-4996 x49

Address: 2 Gatehall Dr., Suite 1D, Parsippany, NJ, 07054, United States
 Salient Energy, Inc.Brian AdamsChief Technology Officer Small Business Energy Storage Zi Storage Supply Chain- ManufacturingWe are Salient Energy, a Canadian company located in Dartmouth, NS, developing a new battery technology. Our rechargeable zinc-ion batteries (obviously) utilize zinc as well as manganese dioxide as electrode materials and a water-based electrolyte. They are completely non-flammable and, therefore, a safe alternative to Li-ion which is subject to well-known material supply chain constraints. We have been developing the technology since 2017 and are currently setting up a pilot manufacturing facility to produce high-capacity cells. We are interested in this teaming opportunity because we are in the planning process of scaling manufacturing and establishing a North American supply chain for raw materials. Tentatively, our first factory will have a production capacity of 2 GWh of zinc-ion cells per year, equivalent to ~10,000 tons of zinc metal annually. This feedstock is more abundant than those needed for Li-ion storage globally and nationally. The Zi storage industry in North America will be a critical alternative to lithium-ion storage in our energy transition.


Phone: 902-476-0425

Address: 21 McCurdy Ave, Dartmouth, NS, Canada, Dartmouth, ZZ, NS B3B 1C4, United States
 University of Texas at AustinDengguo WuDirector Academic Energy Storage  Make battery from raw materials to cell assembly and to cell test.


Phone: 760-639-8960

Address: 10100 Burnet road, CEM Bldg., Austin, TX, 78758, United States
 Wirtz ManufacturingMike RomeoVice President Small Business Advanced Manufacturing  Wirtz Manufacturing Company, headquartered in Port Huron, MI, has played a pivotal role in shaping the global energy storage market. Since revolutionizing Lead-Acid Battery plate making technology in 1935 (US Pat. 2,079,727), consumers have relied on Wirtz equipment for the safe and reliable manufacture of lead-acid batteries to support countless industries.

Wirtz Manufacturing is a fourth generation vertically integrated technology leader that leverages in-house R&D, engineering, sales, manufacturing, and technical service, to provide a total solutions package. From harvesting grain to delivering mail, and from navigating the golf course to navigating outer space, Wirtz has provided the technology to deploy energy when and where it is needed. With 124 active global patents, and hundreds of patents laying the framework for today’s expertise, the Wirtz advantage is unmatched in energy storage.

Today, Wirtz is committed to seeking partnerships with innovative market leaders interested in growth through new technology, with a specific focus in Europe, India, APAC, and the Americas. Wirtz currently has active projects involving several battery chemistries/constructs including but not limited to Lead-Acid, Bipolar, Lithium (several), Nickel Zinc, Zinc Air, Nickel Cadmium, Carbon Additive, and Super Cap technologies.


Phone: 8109874700

Address: 1105 24th Street, Port Huron, MI, 48060, United States
 The Congolese-American Battery Precursor Corporation (CABP)Elijah LubalaDirector Small Business Advanced Manufacturing Battery Material PrecursorsThe Congolese-American Battery Precursor Corporation (CABP), with its foundational expertise in advanced manufacturing and materials science, is dedicated to contributing significantly to the global battery supply chain. Our project, centered around establishing a state-of-the-art cathode precursor production facility in Kolwezi, DRC, is designed to meet the burgeoning needs of the electric vehicle (EV) and energy storage sectors.

Our interest in this project stems from a strategic understanding of the critical role that the DRC plays in the global cobalt supply, vital for high-nickel cathode materials. By situating our facility in Kolwezi, we aim to leverage the region's rich mineral resources and industrial capacity, addressing key challenges such as the dependency on single-source suppliers and the need for diversification in the global supply chain. This initiative is in direct response to the objectives outlined in the Department of Energy’s Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) DE-FOA-0003099, seeking to enhance the U.S. capacity in critical battery materials and promote economic resilience.

CABP's capabilities are anchored in our innovative approach to precursor synthesis and processing. Our facility is planned to begin operations with an initial capacity of 10,000 metric tons, scalable up to 100,000 metric tons, allowing us to adapt swiftly to evolving market demands. We will utilize the railway and local hydroelectric power to ensure sustainable and cost-effective operations, reflecting our commitment to environmental responsibility.

A key feature of our operational model is the dual-structure approach, combining U.S.-based intellectual and managerial expertise with the DRC's resource and labor market benefits. This synergistic model is poised to enhance overall efficiency and drive innovation in the battery materials sector.

CABP is poised to make a significant impact on the U.S. domestic supply chain by increasing the domestic capacity for high-demand cathode materials and implementing production methods that reduce costs and improve energy efficiency. Our contribution to the FOA Teaming Partners List represents our commitment to collaborating with like-minded entities to reinforce the U.S.'s strategic position in the renewable energy sector, thus contributing to national security and economic resilience.


Phone: +254768916262

Address: 237 36th Street, New York, NY, 11232, United States
 Nano-C, IncDarren BischoffVP of Business Development Small Business Advanced Manufacturing Nanocarbon Manufacturing for Conductive Battery AdditivesNano-C is a leading developer and manufacturer of nanocarbon materials like carbon nanotubes and fullerenes with over 20+ years’ experience. Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNT) are being designed into high silicon anode electrodes due to their role in structural reinforcement as well as high electrical and thermal conductivity. The benefits are alleviating volume expansion, enhancing electrical conductivity, maintaining structural integrity, facilitating lithium-ion diffusion and increasing energy density. Nano-C is seeking to optimize manufacture and use of SWCNT additives in high silicon anode battery cells and further scale its industrial process to multi-ton scale for a domestic supply chain. Competitive products from foreign countries of concern (FCOC) are Russia and China which are the only industrial scale options available today. Ideal partnerships would be battery cell companies, manufacturers of conductive additives like carbon black, manufacturers of multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) or graphene, makers of other battery additives or dispersion technologies. Beyond silicon anodes the use of nanocarbons like SWCNTs have several other battery use cases including cathodes, conductive coatings on current collectors and other EV battery pack materials.


Phone: 617-797-3473

Address: 33 S West Park, Westwood, MA, 02090, United States
 Brookhaven National LaboratoryAmy MarschilokScientist and division manager Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Energy Storage  The Interdisciplinary Science Department performs research to help the Nation meet its exponentially growing energy needs over the next century and beyond. The Energy Storage Division conducts leading-edge research into the most promising energy storage technologies for applications ranging from consumer electronics to vehicle technologies to grid-level energy storage. Within our dry room facilities, we can assemble pouch cells up to 2Ah.
-In Situ and Operando Analysis: We have expertise in mechanistic characterization of the electrochemical energy storage processes from the material level to the systems level, to elucidate productive and parasitic processes within functioning batteries.
-Vehicle Technologies: Our research includes study and preparation of novel materials and electrodes for high energy, high power, and safe batteries including those capable of fast charge and function in extreme environments.
-Grid-level Storage: We are focused on developing electrochemical energy storage systems based on sustainable materials for safe, long life batteries.


Phone: 631-344-4551

Address: Interdisciplinary Science Department Bldg. 734, P.O. Box 5000, Upton, NY, NY 11973, United States
 BDO USADan DurstManaging Director Large Business Other Award AdministrationBDO Knows Grants Management. In the ever-evolving grants landscape, BDO emerges as a guiding force, offering a seamless journey through the complete lifecycle of grants management. BDO partners with organizations seeking the following capabilities:

Capability 1: Crafting Visions - Pre-Award Support

Embarking on the grants journey, our clients find solace in BDO's adeptness at transforming abstract ideas into compelling narratives. With meticulous attention to detail, we assist in articulating project concepts, ensuring they resonate with grantors. BDO supports organizations with the development of compelling concept papers and convincing full applications. A team of budgeting and indirect cost rate negotiation experts complements our grant writing expertise.

Capability 2: Sustaining Triumphs - Post Award Administration

The grant journey does not end with the notice of award; it transforms into a partnership sustained by compliance and reporting. BDO's commitment to ensuring adherence to grant terms and conditions is unwavering. Our experts seamlessly support the accounting, procurement, property management, and cyber related responsibilities of the largest grant recipients.

Capability 3: Bridging Horizons - Technology Integration

In an era dominated by technology, BDO does not merely adapt; it leads. Our grants management experts are enabled with innovative technology, bringing forth a wave of efficiency to our clients. From accounting to subaward administration, our experts identify the right solutions for each clients’ unique needs.

Capability 4: Echoes of Success - Impact Reporting

The soul of BDO's journey lies in the success stories etched in collaboration with our clients and their programs. Through quantitative metrics and qualitative milestones, BDO designs compliant and insightful reporting frameworks to address awarding agency demands.


Phone: 703-770-4456

Address: 8401 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800, McLean, VA, 22102, United States
 FedsproutAalap ShahPresident and CEO Small Business Other Community Benefits, Project Planning, and Project ReportingFedsprout helps businesses and non-profits secure government funding and provide support during project execution. We help strategize, plan, and ensure successful projects when working with the federal government, especially when it comes to clean energy and other DOE initiatives.

Area of Technical Expertise: Community Benefits Planning for Proposals, Community Engagement, Implementation of Community Benefits Plans, Clean Energy Demonstration Planning. We are experts in community engagement, workforce development, DEIA, and Justice 40. We have technical experts that have been a part of many DOE proposal submissions and projects.

Brief Description of Capabilities: We help write, strategize, and implement community benefits plans for proposals and projects. We provide planning and strategy for successful government-funded projects. Our experts are familiar with federal regulations, budgeting, and compliance.

Area of Interest: Partnering for Community Benefits, Successful Demonstration Planning, Project Reporting, and other aspects from proposal preparation through project completion


Phone: 3233634459

Address: 76 PETTIT PL, PRINCETON, NJ, 08540, United States
 Davis-Standard LLCJay BaxterCommercial Product Director Large Business Advanced Manufacturing Battery separator equipment manufacturerDavis-Standard has a long history of the manufacturing of battery separator with acquired companies Egan, Black-Clawson, and Brampton Engineering. We manufacture cast film, blown film, coating, laminating, extrusion coated, and many other roll to roll machines, whether it be film, foil, paper, nonwoven, etc. that is converted. We have completed over 40 projects for the lithium ion as well as solid state battery industries. We have the capability of producing wide 4+meters assets that run in excess of 1000 meters/minute depending on the application. We use automatic roll handling, roll loading, roll unloading, etc. in order to reduce manpower requirements. To be clear, we make the machines that make battery separator and anode/cathode foils.

We would like to partner with companies that are installing new capacity of battery separator or cathode/anode foil. Davis-Standard can produce the machines for any size facility. We do not have interest in making films and foils ourselves. We make the machines to make films and foils.


Phone: 315-402-9823

Address: 46 N 1st St, Fulton, NY, 13069, United States
 University of Alaska AnchorageLee Ann MunkProfessor of Geochemistry Academic Other Lithium in emerging domestic resources (brines and clays)My extended research team of geoscientists, hyrogeologists, sedimentologists, and geochemists from a multi-university consortium have 13+ years experience investigating both domestic and international lithium brine and clay deposits. We have advanced the science around how the deposits form and their site specific mineralogy and environments of deposition that control where and how lithium is sequestered. We are interested in teaming with industry in the areas of improving subsurface characterization and extraction of lithium brines and in novel methods of lithium recovery from volcanic sedimentary lithium clay deposits. Some of the team is also working to characterize REE deposits and algal mining of REEs.


Phone: 9073519601

Address: 3101 Science Cir, Anchorage, AK, 99508, United States
 ultralife CorporationRon WangManager of Research and Development Large Business Advanced Manufacturing Battery ProductionLithium cell and battery production, Lithium Extrusion, Pouch, Cylindrical, and prismatic cell assembly. Extensive testing capability (UN/DOT38.3, MILPRF, TSO, ESD, EMI, Cycling, Nail, Shock, Vibration, Loose cargo, Salt Fog, immersion, altitude, flame). Dryroom capability, aqueous thick paste coating technology.


Phone: 3153327100

Address: 2000 TECHNOLOGY PKWY, NEWARK, NY, 14513, United States
 Farad Power Inc.Vinod NairCTO Small Business Energy Storage Supply Chain Research and Development (R&D) for Silicon Anode Material ProductionFarad Power is at the forefront of innovation in the development of anode materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries (LIBs), leveraging biomass-derived furan chemicals. The crux of their innovation lies in replacing conventional synthetic graphite anodes with biomass-derived anodes, derived primarily from furfural and furfuryl alcohol. This shift not only demonstrates technical prowess but also brings several advantages, such as enhanced sustainability and efficiency.

The starting material for Farad Power's technology is Furfuraldehyde, extracted from agricultural waste like sugarcane bagasse and corn cobs. These materials, rich in carbon, are ideal for conversion into anode materials. The process encompasses stages of polymerization, carbonization, and graphitization, characterized by high efficiency and minimal carbon loss, resulting in high yields.

A significant edge of Farad Power's approach is its sustainability. The biomass-derived furan chemicals are sourced from globally abundant agricultural waste. This makes the resource both accessible and renewable, without necessitating new manufacturing infrastructure. Existing synthetic graphite production processes can easily adapt to these biomass-derived precursors.

Environmentally, Farad Power's innovation addresses the drawbacks of synthetic and natural graphite anodes used in LIBs. Synthetic graphite depends on non-renewable resources and contributes to atmospheric pollution, while natural graphite raises geopolitical concerns and issues of impurities and pollution. Farad Power's sustainable, low-cost, low-impurity raw material offers a solution to these challenges.

The technical feasibility and efficiency of Farad Power's concept make it a promising avenue for advancing LIB technology. Their goal is to develop a more sustainable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly solution for battery anode materials, using the carbon content of biomass-derived furan chemicals. This approach aligns with the increasing demand for eco-friendly and domestically sourced components in the energy storage industry.


Phone: 4084763696

Address: 428 Oakmead Parkway, Sunnyvale, CA, 94085, United States
 The Sun Company Americas IncKevin MeagherCSO Small Business Energy Storage REDOX Flow batteryTSCA is developing a family of REDOX flow technology based on ZnI2 licensed from PNNL. TSCA is a women owned small business with demonstrated expertise in photovoltaic use cases and advanced digital twin software for power. TSC has a unique cylindrical cell/reactor design that is the focus of a design for manufacturing strategy. TSCA is seeing partners with specific manufacturing experience to respond to this FOA to manufacture our ZnI2 REDOX batteries.

TSCA has an extensive portfolio of partners that bring community workforce development and recently developed plans derived from the DOE Strategic Assessment process.


Phone: 9193493151

Address: 10001 E Mt Pleasant Drive, Tucson, NC, 85749-9314, United States
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