Commercially available Ampcera™ solid-state electrolyte materials include sulfides (e.g. Argyrodite, LGPS, LPS, LSPS, etc.), garnet-structure oxides (e.g. LLZO with various dopants), NASICON-type phosphates (LAGP and LATP).
These products can be ordered through MSE Supplies (msesupplies.com).
Superior performance sulfide and oxide solid-state electrolyte materials can be manufactured by Ampcera at scale with a significant cost advantage over competition.
Proprietary engineered solid-state electrolyte materials, all ceramic or composite flexible membranes and manufacturing technology under development by Ampcera are only available for testing and joint development with strategic partners and investors.
TUCSON, Ariz., May 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Ampcera Inc., an innovator in solid-state electrolyte technology, is significantly increasing production capacity of its engineered materials at its facilities in Tucson, Arizona in order to meet the growing demand for use in solid-state batteries.
Ampcera is well positioned to become the provider of choice and global leader for solid-state electrolyte materials.
TUCSON, Ariz., April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Ampcera Inc., an innovator in solid electrolyte technologies for advanced electric vehicle batteries, announces its patent-pending technology for all-solid-state batteries, which enables ultra-fast charging in electric vehicles.
“Ampcera’s technology portfolio includes high performance solid-state electrolytes, scalable manufacturing processes, and innovative solid-state battery designs. We are very excited to announce this new technology for ultra-fast charging of solid-state batteries. The next step is to incorporate this technology into all-solid-state battery cells for further performance testing by Ampcera and our automotive OEM partners,” said Dr. Hui Du, co-founder and CTO of Ampcera.
By 2025, Ampcera’s solid-state electrolyte and battery technologies are projected to reach less than 10-minute ultra-fast charge and gravimetric and volumetric energy densities of 450 Wh/kg and 1400 Wh/L, respectively. Using scaled manufacturing processes for mass production, a competitive battery cost of less than $75 per kilowatt hour can be achieved.
To learn more about Ampcera’s technologies and opportunities for partnership, please visit ampcera.com