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kitchener startup aims to tackle climate change with better batterieskitchener startup aims to tackle climate change with better batterieskitchener startup aims to tackle climate change with better batteries

by:GSL ENERGY     2020-06-10
KITCHENER —
Sitting on a bench in the lab, Ryan Brown is working on batteries that may play an important role in fighting climate change.
Brown and Brian Adams are the founders of Salient Energy, a startup located in the heart of kidina, creating patented technology for building zinc
Ion batteries that can be charged thousands of times.
They have been working on this technology for the last two years and are ready to deliver customers-
Prototype ready this spring.
Brown is pursuing a degree in business at the University of Wilfried Laurel, where the University of Waterloo\'s major in mathematics is merged.
But after cooperation
Brown, who took the op position at an investment banking company in Toronto, switched to engineering and restarted his university studies. He did co-
Op works at a battery startup at MIT and works at the Battery Lab at UW.
There he met Adams, who was working on a PhD in chemistry and electrical engineering.
They have two passions.
Do something for climate change.
During the lab study, Adams found a way to produce zinc.
Ion batteries that can be charged thousands of times. Zinc-
Lithium ion batteries are cheaper than lithium ion batteries
Ion battery, lasts longer and will not catch fire.
Adams and Brown launched Salient, who served as CEO and Adams as CTO.
\"We have approved a patent and applied for three patents,\" Brown said . \".
Engineers have been working to make lithium for years
Smaller and more powerful ion batteries.
The technology is essential for smartphones, laptops and tablets. Lithium-
Ion batteries have indeed driven the rise of mobile computing.
Brown and Adams believe in zinc.
Ion peers will play a similar role in the support of solar panels, wind turbines and electric vehicles.
\"The zinc battery is great because the material is very rich and very cheap,\" Brown said . \".
When it comes to batteries that store power generated by solar panels or wind turbines, engineers don\'t need to worry about their size and weight.
\"The new market is opening up, and our goal is to fix the energy storage, where you can produce a large battery pack and plop in a utility or garage,\" Brown said.
\"You don\'t care about weight because you will never pick it up.
The battery has two terminals. the positive (anode)
And negative (cathode).
Salient has developed a material that covers the negative pole of the battery.
This is combined with the electrolyte fluid it has also created and is considered a breakthrough in the development of rechargeable zincion batteries.
\"Our innovation is in this material,\" said Brown, tapping the coating on the cathode . \".
\"The second important part is the design of a liquid that allows zinc to charge.
\"This startup in the speed garage of the leather factory building is negotiating with a manufacturer to produce the full
Design the size prototype for the customer in the middle of spring.
By the end of the year, it hopes to be fully operational and will consider issuing technology licenses to battery manufacturers to avoid the cost of building its own plant.
\"Our core motivation is our ability to make an impact on climate change,\" Brown said . \".
\"Even if we put the money on the table, the sooner we bring the technology to market, the better.
\"Tpender @ therecord.
Com, Weibo: @ pendercordkitchener-
Sitting on a bench in the lab, Ryan Brown is working on batteries that may play an important role in fighting climate change.
Brown and Brian Adams are the founders of Salient Energy, a startup located in the heart of kidina, creating patented technology for building zinc
Ion batteries that can be charged thousands of times.
They have been working on this technology for the last two years and are ready to deliver customers-
Prototype ready this spring.
Brown is pursuing a degree in business at the University of Wilfried Laurel, where the University of Waterloo\'s major in mathematics is merged.
But after cooperation
Brown, who took the op position at an investment banking company in Toronto, switched to engineering and restarted his university studies. He did co-
Op works at a battery startup at MIT and works at the Battery Lab at UW.
There he met Adams, who was working on a PhD in chemistry and electrical engineering.
They have two passions.
Do something for climate change.
During the lab study, Adams found a way to produce zinc.
Ion batteries that can be charged thousands of times. Zinc-
Lithium ion batteries are cheaper than lithium ion batteries
Ion battery, lasts longer and will not catch fire.
Adams and Brown launched Salient, who served as CEO and Adams as CTO.
\"We have approved a patent and applied for three patents,\" Brown said . \".
Engineers have been working to make lithium for years
Smaller and more powerful ion batteries.
The technology is essential for smartphones, laptops and tablets. Lithium-
Ion batteries have indeed driven the rise of mobile computing.
Brown and Adams believe in zinc.
Ion peers will play a similar role in the support of solar panels, wind turbines and electric vehicles.
\"The zinc battery is great because the material is very rich and very cheap,\" Brown said . \".
When it comes to batteries that store power generated by solar panels or wind turbines, engineers don\'t need to worry about their size and weight.
\"The new market is opening up, and our goal is to fix the energy storage, where you can produce a large battery pack and plop in a utility or garage,\" Brown said.
\"You don\'t care about weight because you will never pick it up.
The battery has two terminals. the positive (anode)
And negative (cathode).
Salient has developed a material that covers the negative pole of the battery.
This is combined with the electrolyte fluid it has also created and is considered a breakthrough in the development of rechargeable zincion batteries.
\"Our innovation is in this material,\" said Brown, tapping the coating on the cathode . \".
\"The second important part is the design of a liquid that allows zinc to charge.
\"This startup in the speed garage of the leather factory building is negotiating with a manufacturer to produce the full
Design the size prototype for the customer in the middle of spring.
By the end of the year, it hopes to be fully operational and will consider issuing technology licenses to battery manufacturers to avoid the cost of building its own plant.
\"Our core motivation is our ability to make an impact on climate change,\" Brown said . \".
\"Even if we put the money on the table, the sooner we bring the technology to market, the better.
\"Tpender @ therecord.
Com, Weibo: @ pendercordkitchener-
Sitting on a bench in the lab, Ryan Brown is working on batteries that may play an important role in fighting climate change.
Brown and Brian Adams are the founders of Salient Energy, a startup located in the heart of kidina, creating patented technology for building zinc
Ion batteries that can be charged thousands of times.
They have been working on this technology for the last two years and are ready to deliver customers-
Prototype ready this spring.
Brown is pursuing a degree in business at the University of Wilfried Laurel, where the University of Waterloo\'s major in mathematics is merged.
But after cooperation
Brown, who took the op position at an investment banking company in Toronto, switched to engineering and restarted his university studies. He did co-
Op works at a battery startup at MIT and works at the Battery Lab at UW.
There he met Adams, who was working on a PhD in chemistry and electrical engineering.
They have two passions.
Do something for climate change.
During the lab study, Adams found a way to produce zinc.
Ion batteries that can be charged thousands of times. Zinc-
Lithium ion batteries are cheaper than lithium ion batteries
Ion battery, lasts longer and will not catch fire.
Adams and Brown launched Salient, who served as CEO and Adams as CTO.
\"We have approved a patent and applied for three patents,\" Brown said . \".
Engineers have been working to make lithium for years
Smaller and more powerful ion batteries.
The technology is essential for smartphones, laptops and tablets. Lithium-
Ion batteries have indeed driven the rise of mobile computing.
Brown and Adams believe in zinc.
Ion peers will play a similar role in the support of solar panels, wind turbines and electric vehicles.
\"The zinc battery is great because the material is very rich and very cheap,\" Brown said . \".
When it comes to batteries that store power generated by solar panels or wind turbines, engineers don\'t need to worry about their size and weight.
\"The new market is opening up, and our goal is to fix the energy storage, where you can produce a large battery pack and plop in a utility or garage,\" Brown said.
\"You don\'t care about weight because you will never pick it up.
The battery has two terminals. the positive (anode)
And negative (cathode).
Salient has developed a material that covers the negative pole of the battery.
This is combined with the electrolyte fluid it has also created and is considered a breakthrough in the development of rechargeable zincion batteries.
\"Our innovation is in this material,\" said Brown, tapping the coating on the cathode . \".
\"The second important part is the design of a liquid that allows zinc to charge.
\"This startup in the speed garage of the leather factory building is negotiating with a manufacturer to produce the full
Design the size prototype for the customer in the middle of spring.
By the end of the year, it hopes to be fully operational and will consider issuing technology licenses to battery manufacturers to avoid the cost of building its own plant.
\"Our core motivation is our ability to make an impact on climate change,\" Brown said . \".
\"Even if we put the money on the table, the sooner we bring the technology to market, the better.
\"Tpender @ therecord.
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