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TUCSON, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Sion Power Corporation (Sion Power), a leader in next-generation rechargeable batteries, has released the results of an independent technical assessment of its Licerion® rechargeable lithium-metal battery technology for electric vehicle applications. The assessment, prepared by independent battery expert Dr. Y. Shirley Meng, provides the first public review of the company’s proprietary vapor-deposited lithium (VDLi) anode process and cathode analysis. , electrolyte and battery strategy of Sion Power.
“What Sion Power does is unique among next-generation battery companies. Their vapor-deposited lithium process for creating an ultra-thin layer of lithium offers a way to reduce costs and accelerate the time-to-market of advanced batteries,” says Dr. Meng. She goes on to say, “With a strong patent portfolio and a pressure control strategy to eliminate lithium dendrite formation, Sion Power could be a strong driver to help accelerate US domestic production of lithium metal batteries.
Dr. Y. Shirley Meng is an internationally recognized expert in the field of rechargeable batteries and has reviewed many next-generation technologies. Dr. Meng is Professor of Molecular Engineering at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering and is Chief Scientist of the Argonne National Laboratory at the Argonne Collaborative Center for Energy Storage Science (ACCESS). She is also a Principal Investigator of the Energy Storage and Conversion Laboratory (LESC) research group.
The full report is available on Sion Power website.
About Sion Power
Sion Power is advancing the rechargeable battery industry with its Licerion® technology. Licerion® is an advanced approach to lithium-metal batteries containing twice the energy in a battery of the same size and weight, compared to a traditional lithium-ion battery. Up to 500 Wh/kg Licerion batteries are produced on a large scale in large format cells. As a result, Licerion® batteries have the potential to dramatically improve the performance of commercial and consumer electric vehicles. Sion Power is headquartered and operates in the United States. Visit Zion Power on the web at www.sionpower.com.
Source: Sion Power Corporation