KeraCel News Room
January 6th, 2020 - KeraCel has been granted a crucial patent for integrated cell stack battery by the United States Patent Office
January 2020 - KeraCel is HIRING - we are looking for talents who want to create safe, sustainable 3D printed batteries
Contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to shape the battery revolution: Chemical Engineer, Ceramics and 3d printing experts
September 10th, 2019 - COO Arwed Niestroj explains KeraCel's groundbreaking 3D printing technology on engineering.com
Read about how KeraCel was bootstrapped and about the advantages of its technology.
August 8th 2019 - Musashi Seimitsu Industry Co., Ltd. and KeraCel Jointly Announced a Strategic Partnership to Develop Solid State Batteries for Musashi’s Motorcycle Business
Musashi Seimitsu Industry Co., Ltd. makes strategic investment in KeraCel to accelerate development of 3D printed solid state batteries. Musashi and KeraCel will join forces to work towards solid state batteries customized for Musashi’s motorcycle business.
May 29th 2019 - KeraCel announces appointment of Arwed Niestroj as its Chief Operating Officer
"Mr. Niestroj’s experience in electric vehicle ecosystem will be instrumental in getting KeraCel on the right track to disrupt the EV battery industry” said Robert Bagheri, Chairman and CEO of KeraCel.
April 29th 2019 - KeraCel achieves breakthrough in its multi-material ceramic battery
Keracel has been able to 3D print very thin ceramic layers that are essential to building high energy density batteries. Minimizing ceramic layers reduces the amount of inactive material overhead which impacts achievable energy density.
September 20th 2018 - KeraCel to talk at Battery Electric Vehicle Architectures Congress 2018
August 30th 2018 - KeraCel accepted into Plug and Play accelerator program
KeraCel was accepted into the Energy and Sustainability Vertical program due to interest shown from corporate partners for possible investment and collaboration.
August 15th 2018 - KeraCel is awarded DOE grant
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), which manages the High Performance Computing for Manufacturing (HPC4Mfg) Program to use supercomputers to advance U.S. manufacturing, today announced the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded nearly $3.8 million for 13 industry projects under the program.
March 3rd 2018 - Dr. Elton Cairns joins advisory board
February 2nd 2018 - Dr. Ping Liu joins advisory board
Professor, University of California, San Diego and expert in materials and architectures for energy conversion and storage; solid-state actuation; nanomaterials synthesis and reaction mechanism in batteries; energy storage device architecture design.