Li-Ion Batteries for the Next Generation of EVs
Disruptive Breakthrough for Energy Storage Solutions.
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In order to increase the gravimetric and volumetric energy densities for Lithium-Ion cells improvements in all of the main components are necessary. Our main focus is on Anode and Solid-State Electrolyte.
Our company is dedicated to deliver the Next Generation of Lithium-ion Cells thanks to our breakthroughs in:
Silicon-based Anode: this technology allows to fully use the lithium ions provided by the cathode. Our proprietary technology gives us a First Cycle Irreversible Capacity Loss (IRCL) of 10% and also reduces the volume expansion to 30% therefore extending the cyclic performance of Eocell’s batteries for a much longer life.
Solid Electrolyte: Our Team is working hard to develop the next generation of batteries that will be using solid electrolyte. Our core technology is a high-ionic conductivity solid-state electrolyte that has a stable lithium electrolyte interface while maintaining good cyclibility together with high Li ionic and low electronic conductivity. This will allow for the use of pure lithium metal anodes to build the ultimate rechargeable battery.
This emerging market segment requires fine-turning of our materials for high-charge rates and utmost safety together with a long life for both pure EVs and Plug-In Hypbrids (PHEVs).
Our business model is based on the design of a solution customized to our partner’s needs. Our products will be launched in each of these three segments (Mobile EV and Stationary Storage), starting with the mobile market through established relationships.
MEET THE TEAM
Michael Loh brings over 33 years of experience in the semiconductor industry including knowledge in wafer fabrication, research and development, assembly, testing, and distribution of semiconductor products. Having spent 20 years in Silicon Valley, he has abundant practical business experience and a vast network of contacts in the semiconductor industry. Currently, he serves as an Executive Chairman and CEO of Singapore Mainboard-listed ASTI Holdings Ltd., Dragon Group International Ltd., and SGX-Catalist-Listed Advanced Systems Automation Ltd.Michael Loh
Michael Pak is a technology executive and entrepreneur with over 19 years of extensive experiences with emerging technologies in the Silicon Valley and Asia Pacific countries. He was a co-founder and CEO of Nanostellar (Khosla Ventures) and Nanoexa and has more than 10 years of experiences in Battery and Catalyst related industry. He is a founding board member of the National Alliance for Advanced Technology Batteries. Previously he held many executive positions in High-Tech companies within the DSL modem and gaming industry. He is the co-founder and COO overseeing the developing and manufacturing of next generation proprietary lithium-ion batteries.Michael Pak
Sr. Engineering Manager with 14 years of experience in advanced fuel cell, solar cell, ceramic related materials & system development and engineering. Experience includes Technical leader of Solid state battery material & cell related development scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.Dr. Yuriy Matus
Sr. Engineering Manager with 25 years of experience in advanced materials including 18 years in the manufacturing of lithium-ion battery cells. Leader in the launching of new Li-Ion production lines for Samsung-SDI, A123 Systems, Tianjin Lishen.Henry Kim
EoCell, Inc. is a Silicon Valley startup, with R&D Teams located both in Silicon Valley, Singapore and in Shenzhen-China and sales offices in four countries. We have decades of combined experience in the design of advanced Li-Ion battery materials and cells for both mobile and EV applications. We expect to deliver the first products to customers in 2Q2016.
Our seed funding has been provided by Dragon Group International (DGI), a Singapore-based public company. Thanks to this relationship we benefit from DGI’s extensive network of established customers and OEM partners and we have access to 4 R&D centers, 30 sales offices worldwide and 14 different manufacturing facilities.