THE LEADER IN BATTERY RECYCLING AND DIAGNOSTICS
Regeneration of lithium-ion battery materials
We regenerate cathodes, anodes, electrolytes, solvents, and other lithium-ion battery materials with a novel and clean process. This novel process is capable of regenerating cathode and anode materials without completely breaking down the chemical compounds.
Second-life battery use
We perform diagnostics of second-life batteries. Our fast battery diagnostics, assisted by machine learning and high-sensitivity optical fiber sensors, are capable of distinguishing and selecting workable batteries from large batches of used batteries.
Service and technology licensing
We provide services of battery recycling and second-life battery uses including smart sorting, fast and safe discharging, and maintenance. We are also actively involved in the development of US and international lithium-ion battery recycling regulations.
We deliver innovative and sustainable energy and environmental solutions. Our current focus is on second-life battery solutions and closed-loop lithium-ion battery recycling.
Two pending patents through Princeton University
Yiguang Ju, Ph.D
Professor Ju is the Robert Porter Patterson Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University and the Director of the Sustainable Energy Program. He is a chairman of the US Combustion Institute.
Bruce E. Koel, Ph.D
Professor Koel is a Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Princeton University and was previously the Interim Vice President and Associate Provost for Research & Graduate Studies at Lehigh University from 2008 to 2010. He has over 40 years of experience in materials and surface science.
Chao Yan, Ph.D
Co-founder and CEO
Dr. Yan is a research associate at Princeton University. In addition to leading Princeton NuEnergy’s recycling projects, he has co-authored multiple papers and proposals in the energy field.
Xiaofang Yang, Ph.D
Co-founder and CTO
Dr. Yang is a research scholar at Princeton University and also previously at Brookhaven National Laboratory. He has over 15 years of research experience in electrochemistry and energy storage/conversion materials. Additionally, he has published over 40 high-impact papers and presented over 60 conferences, talks, and posters.
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