Evercharge Energy has developed strong collaborative working relationships with a number of entities to help develop the appropriate eco-system needed for our next-generation LIB cells.
University of Birmingham
We are collaborating with Professor Emma Kendrick’s laboratory on the development of our high-capacity LIB technology
University of Sheffield
We are collaborating with Professor S. Patwardhan’s laboratory on the development of our high-capacity LIB technology
We are collaborating with Synthomer on the development of the supply chain for our high-capacity LIB technology.
Farad Power, Inc
Farad Power Inc (California, USA) is developing next-generation electrode materials based on a novel patented and sustainable approach to synthesizing carbon-based composite materials for LIB electrode applications. These include the carbon-silicon anode materials used in our LIB cells.