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.



November 2012

The US Department of Energy has awarded Farasis Energy a Phase I SBIR project to develop a new, high capacity, high rate cathode material for Li-ion batteries for EV applications.   The work will be done by Farasis in collaboration with Argonne National Laboratory in Chicago, IL, a world leading institution in the field of Li-ion battery technology development.   The technology would enable the commercial introduction of Li-ion batteries with 50% greater energy density and power capability than currently available battery systems.

October 2012

Farasis Energy announces an expansion of their large format Li-ion pouch cell manufacturing line in response to strong customer demand.  The expansion will triple their current production capability and enable the introduction of new pouch cell form factors incorporating Farasis Energy’s leading cell technology.


October 2012

Farasis Energy has successfully completed its Series B round of financing.  The new investment will be used to expand manufacturing capabilities for their large prismatic pouch cell product line, and to increase sales and marketing resources to address rapidly growing opportunities and demand for quality energy storage products in the EV market space.

October 2012

Farasis Energy, in partnership with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, has been awarded a US Department of Energy ARPA-E grant to develop novel technology for thermal management of high energy-density battery modules. Advanced thermal management is integral to the design of larger scale Li-ion applications, and will serve to improve both performance and longevity of such systems.

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