, TIAX LLC (
) develops and sells scalable, de-risked, prototyped, IP-protected technologies in clean-energy, energy storage, energy efficiency and advanced sensors with applications in vehicles, buildings and security.
TIAX lithium-ion battery-related technologies under development include a high performance electrolyte that functions at high-voltages and high-temperatures, a patented breakthrough silicon anode that lengthens battery run time, a novel active cell balancing system that improves battery life and safety, and an advanced sensor that detects electrical shorts inside cells to prevent safety-related events.
TIAX's CAM-7™ a leading cathode material for lithium-ion batteries, after 10 years of development, has been introduced to the market for portable electronics and transportation applications. Batteries using CAM-7 last longer, cost less and deliver more power. TIAX has built a plant in
with a capacity up to 300 ton per year to produce CAM-7. The plant is operated by CAMX Power, a TIAX subsidiary.
About Argonne and JCESR
U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory (
), the nation's first national lab, conducts leading edge basic and applied scientific research in virtually every scientific discipline to advance America's scientific leadership and prepare the nation for a better future. The JCESR, which will be led by Argonne, is a major public-private partnership that integrates U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories, major research universities and leading industrial companies to help advance cutting-edge energy storage and battery technologies.
Bernard D. Lupien Vice President, Sales TIAX LLC Phone +1 781.879.1289
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