KeraCel has been granted a crucial patent for integrated cell stack battery by the United States Patent Office

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KeraCel is developing its ceramic solid-state batteries using proprietary additive manufacturing 3D printing technology resulting in a unique integrated structure for stacked battery cells. This unique structure allows for greatly increasing the battery energy density and producing safer, cheaper and longer lasting solid state batteries.

‘Over the course of the past three years, KeraCel’s engineering and legal teams have constructed a series of fundamental patents to safeguard its proprietary intellectual property’, said Robert Bagheri, KeraCel’s CEO.

A key challenge with solid state batteries is the ability to scale its capacity without sacrificing performance. One of KeraCel’s most important innovations is its unique and proprietary battery structure which allows for increasing battery capacity without any impact to performance parameters, in particular, energy density. Additionally, this battery structure is designed to be optimally printed using KeraCel’s 3D printing technology.

On Dec 24, 2019, USPO granted KeraCel a key patent that protects the battery structure IP required in scaling solid state battery capacity, while increasing energy density.

‘Over the course of the past three years, KeraCel’s engineering and legal teams have constructed a series of fundamental patents to safeguard its proprietary intellectual property’, said Robert Bagheri, KeraCel’s CEO. ‘This patent grant is a major achievement for our company and our innovative team members who have worked tirelessly to develop this critical IP.’

KeraCel, continues to pursue numerous other critical patents through its ongoing effort with the USPO and other international patent offices.

About KeraCel
KeraCel is bringing to market an advanced solid-state battery design and manufacturing method that will allow production of cells with ceramic-based electrolytes and lithium metal anodes to achieve energy densities 2-3 times greater, or at a cost of nearly 50% when compared to Lithium Ion cells today for the same energy level. This 3D print manufacturing process will allow virtually any shape or size of cell to be built for a multitude of applications without changing equipment or tooling, directly under software control.

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