FARASIS ENERGY, INC.

Farasis Energy, Inc. is an advanced lithium ion battery technology company focused on developing and commercializing innovative energy storage solutions to meet the increasingly critical, global demand for improved battery performance, cost, and safety.

Our mission is to commercialize world leading battery systems to enable a revolution in energy efficiency addressing the rapidly changing transportation, consumer electronics and power distribution markets.

 
 
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NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

October 2014

Leading the way in Li-ion battery performance, Farasis Energy is excited to introduce the 27Ah pouch cell design. A 10% capacity increase over Farasis’ previous capacity pouch cell designs, the 27Ah will be featured in Zero Motorcycle’s up and coming 2015 line up. See Zero Motorcycle’s press release to learn more.

September 2014

In response to increasing demand, Farasis Energy has expanded its manufacturing facilities in Jiangxi Province, China to allow for an annual capacity of 300MWH. This recent expansion allows Farasis to continue to aggressively expand its market share in anticipation of projected growth of EV sales.

 

July 2014

Farasis Li-ion technology was on display again, in dramatic fashion, at Refuel 2014. Zero Motorcycles and Brammo Motorcycles took the top honors at Speed Venture’s 6th Annual clean power motorsports event held at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, both powered by Farasis Li-ion batteries. Two modified Brammo Motorcycles also outpaced the production Tesla Roadster and Model S by a large margin. View lap results at RefuelRaces.com and this cool video on YouTube.

September 2013

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded Farasis Energy a $3.5M contract to develop advanced Li-ion cell technology in support of DOE’s Vehicle Technology Program. The two year project will fund the development and demonstration of a new class of high energy, high power Li-ion cells that can be optimized to meet the performance goals of PHEV40 and EV light-duty vehicles. Contributors to the effort include world leading technology teams at Argonne National Laboratory, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Dupont, and OneD Materials.

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