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Startup Portfolio: Batteries

Meet Our Latest Batch of Startups: Cohort 22-1

Why 22-1? Historically, our cohorts were named for the year’s peak atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration (in parts per million [ppm]), based on the Keeling Curve.

We're a bunch of science nerds at D3, but we realized this was just a little too wonky—so we’re switching our cohort names to represent the year and quarter of their launch.

STARTUPS BY COHORT:

betteries AMPS GmbH

Providing mobile, modular, and multipurpose power systems based on upcycling EV batteries.

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Daanaa

Providing power gains by increasing efficiency and eliminating wires, cables, and connectors in diverse applications.

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Mangrove Lithium

Developing an electrochemical technology that enables the lowest-cost production of lithium hydroxide, commonly used for electric vehicles, electronics, and renewable energy storage.

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Pulsenics

De-risking the scale-up and operations of industrial electrochemical systems.

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RACEnergy

Establishing the most extensive battery swapping network in India to enable electrification across two- and three-wheeler transport—the most extensively used modes of transportation in this part of the world.

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Summit Nanotech

Developing a novel low-cost, direct lithium extraction (DLE) process that avoids the need for evaporation ponds and large chemical-based refineries.

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TexPower

Providing cobalt-free, high-energy, drop-in cathodes for lithium batteries helps decentralize the supply chain, drive down costs, and support a growing electric vehicle market.

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