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Global Technology Leader in Energy Density, Lowest Cost, and Safety: Cadenza Innovation

Global Technology Leader in Energy Density, Lowest Cost, and Safety: Cadenza Innovation

The big buzz in batteries is lithium-ion technology. Nowadays, they are the common source of power in several everyday products such as laptops, cell phones, power tools and even vehicles. As technology evolves focusing on speed, big data and mobility, the importance of reliable portable power is massive and steadily on the rise. In short, lithium-ion batteries are rechargeable whereas most lithium batteries aren’t. Li-ion batteries are able to be recharged hundreds of times and are more stable. They tend to have a higher energy density, voltage capacity and lower self-discharge rate than other rechargeable batteries. This makes for better power efficiency as a single cell has longer charge retention than other battery types. There are many advantages to using a li-ion cell of battery. As a result the technology is being used increasingly for a huge number of widely varying applications. From small electronic devices like smartphones and laptops to vehicles and many other applications the advantages of Li-ion technology mean that these batteries are finding an increasing number of applications, and as a result a huge amount of development is being invested into them.

Cadenza Innovation (originally named CLOTEAM) is poised to become a world leader in battery architecture, performance and safety, with a mission to solve big problems through innovation in technology. The company's mission is to deploy its innovation, intellectual property, and field-proven operational and mass production expertise, along with its key technology partners to build Cadenza Innovation into a global technology leader in energy density, lowest cost, and safety. Cadenza Innovation is licensing its technology to allow immediate access to its highly simplified design for large lithium-ion energy storage systems. Cadenza’s unique cell design combines the best properties from wound jelly rolls and large prismatic cells and allows for game-changing high energy density at low cost for EV, PHEV, and grid markets.

Cadenza’s Unique Cell Design

The company is partnering in today’s energy storage and telecom paradigm driving superior safety, reliability, energy density and economics while supporting sustainability goals. Enabling mass adoption of electric cars through safe, affordable and high-performing battery technology

Cylindrical Jelly Rolls: Longer and wider jelly rolls compared to those in 18650 cells. These larger jelly rolls lead to significant packaging advantages (higher Wh/L .Lowest cost and highest yield manufacturing process. Mature manufacturing with easily accessible mass production tools. It uses state-of-the-art chemistries, power, or energy. Thermally isolating housing enables a closely packed jelly roll configuration without cascading failure. Novel and proprietary, non-combustible ceramic fiber material formulations with high levels of fire retardant are present. Thermal isolation is sufficient to allow large jelly rolls with no roll-to-roll runaway. Unique configuration allows open jelly roll structure with shared atmosphere. It has non-expanding cells and no cascading result in space effective and low cost module designs. Large format size allows easily incorporated low pressure vent and pressure disconnect designs in a space effective way.

The Pre-Eminent Leader

Christina Lampe-Onnerud is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Cadenza Innovation. She is a corporate strategist with extensive C–suite experience in building technology–based businesses from inception to rapid revenue growth. Christina is widely acknowledged in the global energy storage industry for innovative and technologically pioneering work. She is renowned as a highly analytical leader with a solid track record of attracting and growing high–performance teams to develop technologies that deliver game–changing solutions to global markets. A graduate of Uppsala University, Sweden, Christina earned a B.Sc. in Chemistry and Calculus and a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry. She was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at MIT, Cambridge, MA.

“The Cadenza battery platform is built on the global low cost supply of electrochemical units and novel cell architecture. We have successfully engineered and demonstrated our designs in both vehicle applications and grid storage applications.”

“We strive to create long-lasting partnerships with multiple players in a next generation technology platform eco system to enable rapid product deployment.”


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