The path to breakthrough lithium ion battery design


Originally established in 2011, with the technology and team of Cornell University scientists, the company, previously named NOHMs Technologies, Inc. has been a leading provider of electrolyte products for next generation Li-ion batteries. Partnering with leading automotive, mobile device, battery, and chemical manufacturing companies, on those products, Sionic Energy is well positioned in the market for rapid introduction of its complete lithium ion battery technology with expected volume production of the design by the end of 2022.

Sionic’s partners and investors

Phoenix Venture Partners (PVP) invests in the convergence of advanced materials, biology and hardware with advanced computation and AI (Convergent Tech) with both seed and venture investment programs.

The Venture Capital fund of Solvay, supports sustainable materials and chemicals innovation on a global basis, investing in breakthrough technologies in advanced materials and formulations.

Aravaipa Ventures is a venture capital firm focused exclusively on funding and working with ESG companies developing Impact Technologies.

ESD promotes a growing state economy, encouraging business investment and job creation across NY the efficient use of loans, grants, tax credits, real estate development, marketing and more.

IQT invests in cutting-edge technologies with early stage venture-backed startup companies to enhance the national security of the United States.

Venture Partners at CU Boulder translates groundbreaking research into new solutions, businesses and partnerships that address the world's greatest challenges.

The Center for Technology Licensing is Cornell University’s technology transfer office that licenses patented innovations in over 40 counties to industry partners across the world.

The Battery Prototyping Center (BPC) at Rochester Institute of Technology focuses on the development of emerging energy storage technologies through a partnership between RITand NY-BEST Consortium.

Coulometrics provides product based research and development services to the battery and ultracapacitor industries specializing in materials and application based testing, system design & development.

The now and future of Sionic Energy’s lithium ion battery technology

The next generation of performance and safety for lithium ion batteries is ready for rapid commercialization within current markets and plans for future applications. Sionic Energy is addressing the urgent market demand for low-cost, high performance batteries in immediate industries across consumer electronics and specialty markets with applications for the mobility and clean energy spaces on the horizon.

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Experience to meet the demand for next-gen batteries

Sionic Energy is led by an executive team with over 50 years of cumulative experience in the battery industry: CEO Ed Williams; CSO Dr. Surya Moganty; and SVP of Electrolyte Joon Bae Lee.

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