Safe and Sustainable 
Energy Storage 
Technologies

OUR TECHNOLOGIES

we develop aqueous sodium-ion battery materials and cells for stationary storage systems

01 / SAFE

Our technologies use only simple, non-flammable, non-toxic water based electrolytes

02 / CLEAN

Environmentally friendly materials, easily recyclable components, clean and waste-free product life cycle

03 / DURABLE

Long  operational lifetime, high tolerance to deep discharge, wide range of operating conditions

04 / LOW COST

Simple cell to system design, abundant electrode and electrolyte materials, easy and low-maintenance operation

05 / SCALABLE

Simple design allowing for scaling from residential to grid-scale units and easy installation

 

About us

OUR STORY
OUR VISION

We are an early stage technology development startup based in Vilnius, Lithuania. We also provide R&D, technology transfer and consulting services in the field of energy technologies Our team comprises experienced scientists, engineers, and business developers currently headed by Dr. Linas Vilčiauskas.

The primary targets for our technologies are electricity markets with economic incentives for customers with behind-the-meter storage and vulnerable (natural disasters, cyber attacks) communities in need of secure electricity supply.  

OUR TECHNOLOGY

We primarily develop all-NASICON Na-ion electrode chemistries and water-based electrolytes suitable for cells used in stationary energy storage systems as a safe, clean, and durable alternative to the currently available Li-ion and lead-acid systems.

 

IN PRESS

2019-11-20 Our CEO Linas Vilčiauskas attends the Battery 2030+ workshop at the Vrije Universiteit in Brussels (Belgium).

2019-10-25 Linas Vilčiauskas officially becomes the expert member of the BatteRIes Europe Working Groups 1 (Future and Emerging Battery Technologies), 2 (Advanced Materials), 3 (Cell Design and Manufacturing).

2018-11-05 Our CEO receives a NaAquaCell grant from the Lithuanian Research Council for the development of aqueous Na-ion technologies for energy storage at the Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (FTMC)

 

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