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Paraclete Energy  produces a Drop-In solution for creating high energy density lithium-ion Silicon batteries with its surface modified Silicon nanoparticles, (SiNPs).  PE's SiNPs overcome the shortcomings of using silicon in electrodes; namely first cycle energy efficiency, capacity retention, scalability and cost of manufacturing in terms of energy and money.

Paraclete Energy works with manufacturers of high performance battery graphite and Li-Ion battery manufacturers to easily incorporate PE's "Drop In" Surface Modified Silicon Nanoparticles into its existing battery electrode film making process.   Paraclete's Drop-In solution works in both aqueous and non-aqueous processes.




Paraclete's customers get an immediate boost in performance of its batteries, a reduction in manufacturing and materials cost and energy and a cleaner environmental solution.  As Cathode technology is improved, Paraclete Energy's formulations can be optimized for each customers specific operating environment. 


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 370 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 and scalability.  PE’s 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 and scalability 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.