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Paraclete Energy and its research partner Colorado State University, (CSU) have made hundreds of full cell (vs. ½ cell) n-Si Li batteries operating consistently over 2,700 mAh/g. It would take over 25 cycles (full discharging then full recharging) of a typical 100 mAh/g carbon based battery to be equivalent to 1 cycle of a nano-Silicon Lithium battery.
Paraclete has a novel commercialization plan to work initially with 1 (or 2) industry partner(s) and to focus 100% of its development on the partner’s specific application. This will enable the respective partner(s) to offer broad and differentiated products and capture additional market share.
Paraclete Energy, Inc., (PE) has developed a proprietary method to produce high capacity nano-Silicon Lithium (n-Si /Li) batteries operating consistently over 2,700 mAh/g compared to today’s best-in-class 100-300 mAh/g carbon based batteries.
Paraclete Energy's methods are non-exotic, ecologically safe and low energy (no pyrolysis is required), all contributing to economic viability. PE’s extremely low cost production, room temperature methods and composition of matter are part of PE’s Intellectual Property (IP) portfolio for North America, Europe and Asia.
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Paraclete Energy's lab and manufacturing facility is located just outside of Ann Arbor/Detroit, Michigan in Chelsea, MI. Our process incorporates n-Si into a stable, electrically conductive, covalently bonded framework. This proprietary technique enables manufacturing flexibility as an economically viable and low cost method to make electrodes with enhanced power density while still retaining deep charge capacity afforded by using silicon vs. carbon.