Safety And Extreme Fast Charge Li-ion Batteries For EV Applications
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom B
16:50 - 17:10
Enevate's has developed a pure silicon Li-ion battery technology (>>70% silicon) to help break down barriers to mass adoption of electric vehicles. Unique properties of cells made using this technology include inherent safety benefits while delivering on high charge rates with high energy density and at low temperature operation.
Speaker Biography (Jarvis Tou)
Jarvis has more than 30 years of experience in the Li-ion battery, electronics, semiconductor, and wireless industries. Prior to joining Enevate in 2008, he served as vice president and division general manager at CalAmp Corporation. Jarvis has also held executive roles at several startups, including Apix Nanovations, Staccato Communications, and Silicon Wave. Previously at Intel, Jarvis co-founded the Wireless Products Operation and held various management positions in the microprocessor, personal connectivity, set-top box, and smartphone businesses. He started his career at Motorola as an IC design engineer. Jarvis holds three patents and serves on Advisory Board at the University of San Diego. He holds an MBA from Arizona State University, an MSEE from Purdue University, a BSEE from the University of Michigan.
Company Profile (Enevate Corporation)
Enevate Corporation, with global headquarters in California USA, develops and licenses advanced silicon-dominant Li-ion battery technology that revolutionizes the electric vehicle (EV) market by breaking down barriers to EV adoption. Enevate's pioneering work on silicon-dominant anodes and cells has resulted in its breakthrough HD-Energy® Technology featuring extreme fast charging with uncompromised high energy density, excellent low-temperature operation for cold climates, and safety advantages over conventional graphite Li-ion batteries.
Investors include Mission Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Tsing Capital, Infinite Potential Technologies, Presidio Ventures - a Sumitomo Corporation company, CEC Capital, Lenovo, Samsung, LG Chem, and other strategic investors. Enevate, the Enevate logo, HD-Energy, and eBoost are registered trademarks of the Enevate Corporation. To learn more about or to license Enevate's industry-defining battery technology, visit www.enevate.com