CLEAR LAB

Center for Lithium Energy Advanced Research

Advancing new ways to improve high-performance energy storage.

PARTNERING WITH OUR CUSTOMERS TO FACILITATE THE FUTURE OF ENERGY STORAGE

The cutting-edge Center for Lithium Energy Advanced Research or CLEAR Lab, is dedicated to finding and rigorously testing new ways to improve energy storage.

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PUSHING THE ENVELOPE TOGETHER

CLEAR Lab is a unique place in the world where every aspect of the lithium-ion battery value chain from cathode/anode producers to battery producers to OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) can come together. Partners can conduct advanced materials' testing and research alongside Livent scientists.

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Innovating Safety
& Higher Performance

The birthplace of innovative lithium battery materials, CLEAR’s goal is nothing short of creating safer and higher-performing batteries and applications to power jets, electric cars, trains, and mobile devices to move the world forward.

To meet growing high-tech demands of our customers and drive the future of green energy, Livent partners with customers to conduct joint research in close collaboration. Livent puts its customers first—building close relationships with them, understanding their needs, and producing the high-performance products and solutions that they require.

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ENERGY STORAGE & BATTERY SYSTEMS

From non-rechargeable batteries for electronics, household and medical applications to the revolution in rechargeable electric vehicle batteries and stationary storage systems, our lithium products are helping to power the next generation of mobility and green energy.

STABILIZED LITHIUM METAL POWDER - SLMP®

Stabilized Lithium Metal Powder enables a new generation of Li-ion batteries by providing an independent source for lithium, which opens up choices for both anode and cathode materials. Introducing lithium in a stabilized powder form with the anode host material, such as Si and Sn-based, to form a lithium-ion system leads to a higher energy battery with more efficient utilization of lithium. Using non-lithium providing cathodes like manganese, vanadium or other metal oxides and metal fluorides that are more overcharge tolerant and potentially have lower costs, leads to safer and cheaper batteries. When used in combination, these materials can potentially double the energy density of the current lithium-ion battery.

For SLMP inquiries please contact: Shelley.Parsell@livent.com or livent.customer.service@livent.com
+1 800.362.2548

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