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ActaCell Energy Systems

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Founded Year

2007

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$9.98M

About ActaCell Energy Systems

ActaCell, Inc. is an Austin, Texas based technology company commercializing lithium-ion battery technology. Per ActaCell, this technology will deliver substantially longer cycle life at low cost while maintaining safety as the number one priority.

Headquarters Location

2105 Donley Drive Suite 200

Austin, Texas, 78758,

United States

512-834-8600

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ActaCell Energy Systems Patents

ActaCell Energy Systems has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

4/12/2013

Polymers, Lithium-ion batteries, Photovoltaics, Rechargeable batteries, Thermoplastics

Application

Application Date

4/12/2013

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Polymers, Lithium-ion batteries, Photovoltaics, Rechargeable batteries, Thermoplastics

Status

Application

Latest ActaCell Energy Systems News

Actacell merges with flourine-based battery company Contour Energy Systems

Sep 6, 2012

Actacell merges with flourine-based battery company Contour Energy Systems 6 September 2012 Contour Energy Systems, Inc, developer of new fluorine-based battery chemistries, nanomaterials science and manufacturing processes for lithium-ion energy storage systems ( earlier post ) is merging with Li-ion battery maker ActaCell Energy Systems, a spin-off from the University of Texas at Austin ( earlier post . Contour Energy was founded in 2007 out of the collaboration of Caltech and CNRS, the French National Center of Scientific Research. The company is leveraging new fluorine-based battery chemistries, nano-materials science and manufacturing processes to develop advanced primary and next-generation rechargeable battery systems. ActaCell was also formed in 2007 by exclusively licensing Li-ion technologies developed at the University of Texas at Austin’s Material Sciences Program by Professor Arumugam Manthiram. ActaCell’s power cell chemistry incorporates a proprietary stabilized cathode material, which improves the calendar and cycle life challenges associated with Mn Spinel. ActaCell’s energy cell chemistry involves a novel nanocomposite alloy anode material to replace graphite in high-energy applications. In joining forces with Contour Energy Systems, ActaCell adds critical mass in terms of resource support for existing and new market penetration, the companies said. Contour currently offers a line of advanced non-rechargeable (primary) batteries through a network of private-label resellers and direct sales channels worldwide. This network allows more rapid implementation of ActaCell’s current power cell rechargeable technology in several key markets, including portable power tools, grid stabilization and hybrid electric vehicle applications. Our new partnership adds advanced rechargeable battery technology to the Contour product portfolio, allowing us to enter new markets. With Contour’s primary advanced power solutions and worldwide distribution network, we are confident of the positive impact these technologies will have in the energy storage market. —Louis Lupo, CEO of Contour Energy Systems This merger allows ActaCell the leverage needed to accelerate our technologies more rapidly into the market. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Contour Energy Systems, we have the support of a much broader base of investors, including Schlumberger and In-Q-Tel, to add to our existing investors of DFJ Mercury and Applied Ventures. —Bill Ott, Vice-President and General Manager of ActaCell Energy Systems

ActaCell Energy Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was ActaCell Energy Systems founded?

    ActaCell Energy Systems was founded in 2007.

  • Where is ActaCell Energy Systems's headquarters?

    ActaCell Energy Systems's headquarters is located at 2105 Donley Drive, Austin.

  • What is ActaCell Energy Systems's latest funding round?

    ActaCell Energy Systems's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did ActaCell Energy Systems raise?

    ActaCell Energy Systems raised a total of $9.98M.

  • Who are the investors of ActaCell Energy Systems?

    Investors of ActaCell Energy Systems include Contour Energy Systems, Texas Emerging Technology Fund, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Mercury Fund, Bregal Energy and 5 more.

  • Who are ActaCell Energy Systems's competitors?

    Competitors of ActaCell Energy Systems include EnerDel, Oxis Energy, Trojan Battery Company, Kokam, A123 Systems and 12 more.

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