EVs will be more convenient than gas cars. Enevate's pure silicon Li-ion battery technology (>>70% silicon) features extreme fast charging with high energy density to help break down barriers to mass adoption of electric vehicles. Unique properties of cells made using this technology include operation in cold climates and inherent safety benefits.
Jarvis joined Enevate in 2008 and is Executive Vice President of Marketing and Products at Enevate. He has over 30 years experience in the battery and semiconductor components industries having worked at various startups and large companies such as Intel and Motorola. Jarvis was originally trained as an engineer with a BS in Electrical Engineering from University of Michigan and an MSEE from Purdue University, but then transitioned into marketing, strategy, and general management with an MBA from ASU and completing the Executive Program at UPenn's Wharton School.
Enevate Corporation develops and licenses advanced silicon-dominant Li-ion battery technology for electric vehicles (EVs). Enevate's pioneering advancements in silicon-dominant anodes and cells has resulted in its HD-Energy® technology that features 5-minute charging with high energy density, low temperature operation for cold climates, low cost and safety advantages over conventional graphite Li-ion batteries. Investors include Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi (Alliance Ventures), LG Chem, Samsung, Mission Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Tsing Capital, Infinite Potential Technologies, Presidio Ventures - a Sumitomo Corporation company, Lenovo, CEC Capital, Bangchak, and others. The company has its global headquarters in Irvine, California. Go to www.enevate.com.