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December 15, 2016

ARPA-E announced that Bettergy has one of the 16 projects that is to receive funding under ARPA-E's REFUEL Program.  Bettergy's project is the development of a system to "crack" ammonia, using a non-precious metal catalyst at temperatures below 450oC.  If successful the technology will transform the process of hydrogen production, providing low-cost, on-demand generating options for hydrogen refueling stations.  ARPA-E REFUEL Announcement

April 2016

In April 2016 Bettergy was awarded an SBIR Phase II contract by the United States Army to further develop its High Performance Bipolar Battery for Military applications.

April 21, 2016

Bettergy was referred to in the announcement by NYSERDA and ARPA-E of their memorandum of understanding relating to their joint effort to stimulate development of high-potential, high-impact clean energy technologies in New York State. Bettergy has received funding from both ARPA-E and NYSERDA in connection with the development of its innovative battery technologies.  See article at NYSERDA website.

April 20, 2016

Dr. Lin-Feng Li gave a presentation about Bettergy and its novel low-cost, safe, high-performance battery at the New York City Innovation Showcase sponsored by NYSERDA.

March 2016

In March 2016 Bettergy was awarded an SBIR Phase II contract by the United States Navy to further develop its Solid State Bipolar Battery for High Power Sonobuoy applications.

September 8, 2015

The United States Patent Office issued a patent for Bettergy’s Metal Doped Zeolite Membrane for Gas Separation (US 9,126,830), utilized in our Hydrogen Separation membrane technology.

May 28, 2015

The Department of Energy awarded Bettergy an SBIR Phase I contract for the development of an Advanced Lithium Sulfur Battery for Electric Vehicle Applications.

October 27, 2014

Bettergy was awarded an SBIR Phase I contract by the United States Navy to develop a Solid State Bipolar Battery for High Power Sonobuoy Applications.

October 27, 2014

Bettergy was awarded a contract by NYSERDA for prototype development and scale-up of its Low Cost Zinc-based Rechargeable Battery.

October 10, 2014

Bettergy received an SBIR Phase II award from the National Science Foundation in connection with its Novel Zeolite Membrane for Olefin/Paraffin Separation.