Imagine this scenario. Your alarm clock starts buzzing, and you wake up and look for your mobile phone to check your schedule for the day. After taking a quick shower, you hop into the kitchen and insert the ingredients for your morning shake into the blender. Then, grabbing your shake in one hand and your laptop, you get into your car to drive to work. And scene cuts here.
What is the one thing that was common in every stage that you took to get yourself out of the house and on the road? You might not have even noticed it, but it was a battery. Unknowingly, batteries have become an essential part of our lives, and we are unaware of them.
With the ongoing surge of technological advancement, new battery startups have entered the market to make our lives easier. These battery startups have discovered new and innovative ways to add a touch of sustainability to our futures. Each battery startup is putting its competitive foot forward to establish itself as a brand and outstand the cutthroat competition surrounding the industry.
Let us look at some battery startups that have added a touch of innovation to our everyday lives.
Advano is a New Orleans-based battery startup focuses on energy storage by incorporating chemical engineering principles with their insight into nanotechnology. Already impressed by the vision this battery startup started with, investors did not think twice before investing massive amounts in establishing the startup into what it is today. Advano’s prime goal is to increase the amount of energy a lithium-ion battery can hold without significant increases in its cost. Of course, this means our IoT devices will get a higher run time, but it will also benefit our electronics.
EnPower is a battery startup that aims to supply batteries that can stand the test of time. As the name suggests, EnPower plans to develop batteries that have a high energy and a high power range. Due to the scalability of the project and its ability to fit into the existing battery infrastructure, EnPower has conquered the interests of investors.
With sustainability at its core, Northvolt is a battery startup that has garnered huge sums as an investment to support its idea of renewable energy. The company supplies technology for renewable energy storage to create batteries that future generations may be able to use.
Emerging from the labs of Tiax, a firm dedicated to the development of energy technology, CAMX Power has passed the industry’s survival test. Promising to reduce costs and increase the mileage range of electric vehicles, CAMX provides a breakthrough for the automotive electronics industry. Backed up by detailed technological advancements, the battery startup now awaits whether any automotive manufacturers and electronic companies see enough potential in the product. That will determine whether this battery startup can become an endgame or if the endless time and efforts involved in developing CAMX will be wasted.