To achieve Net Zero requires a massive expansion of energy storage to ensure clean, affordable and reliable energy is delivered to homes across America and around the world. Existing energy storage technologies will only get us so far, so new solutions are needed.
That’s where Adena Power comes in
Adena Power’s sodium solid-state battery has been developed to address the need for safer, longer-duration and lower cost energy storage. An alternative chemistry to Li-ion batteries, our technology goes places that Li-ion can't providing a differentiating solution that alleviates our customers’ pain points created by the clean energy transition to Net Zero.
We are using domestic raw materials and Ohio manufacturing to deliver sodium batteries to commercial and industrial markets. We are in the demonstration phase of this IP-protected energy storage solution and intend to launch our first product early in 2025.
Why Adena Power
The combination of sustainable low-cost raw materials and simple, scalable manufacturing processes enables a low-cost battery that can achieve the aggressive cost targets to be competitive in the stationary energy storage market. We use only abundant, domestically sourced materials. The result? Sustainable, sodium solid-state batteries that secures the American supply-chain against disruptions and price volatility.
Our robust, maintenance-free battery design incorporates a low-cost battery chemistry within a cell architecture that leverages our more than 25 years of ceramic fabrication expertise to provide an innovative solid-state battery. Compared to other solid-state batteries our cell design decouples energy and power capacity enabling longer storage durations.
As a member of BRITE Energy Innovators, we were honored that our President, Neil Kidner, Ph.D. was selected for an interview with BRITE’s President and CEO, Rick Stockburger for a segment of their recent BRITElights series to discuss the Net Zero Future of technology.
Adena Power was one of 25 top leading start-up companies which participated in the Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. (EPRI) Incubatenergy Lab Program’s Pitch Day to demonstrate and deploy innovative solutions for utility customers
Adena Power recently contributed time, expertise and materials to a study just published in Energy Storage Materials that demonstrates the feasibility of a new design for a grid energy storage battery built with the low-cost metals sodium and aluminum.