To deal with climate change and power the cars of tomorrow, we’ll have to solve the cobalt problem. Professor Arumugam Manthiram and TexPower seek to provide a cobalt-free solution.
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Electric cars and batteries: how will the world produce enough? Reducing the use of scarce metals — and recycling them — will be key to the world’s transition to electric vehicles.
AFWERX announced TexPower as one of the participating teams selected from across the globe competing in the Reimagining Fixed and Mobile Energy Storage Challenge.
Reducing the cobalt content in lithium-ion batteries is good for the environment, human rights, and maybe even the performance of the battery itself.
TexPower has been highlighted as an awardee for the DOE Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II Release 2 grant for principal research and development efforts based on the technical feasibility demonstrated in Phase I projects.
TexPower selected as a finalist in the Army xTechSearch 3.0 competition
Dr. Evan Erickson, CEO, and Dr. Wangda Li, CTO, explain their technology, the first cobalt-free lithium-ion battery technology that can lengthen battery life for a lower cost with all locally-sourced components.