The National Institutes of Health awarded Bettergy an SBIR Phase I grant to develop a low-cost battery that can be used as backup power during emergencies for people using powered medical devices.
July 15, 2014
The United States Army selected Bettergy for an SBIR Phase I grant to develop a High Performance Lead Acid Battery for Military Applications.
June 20, 2014
NASA awarded Bettergy a Phase I grant to develop a Lithium Sulfur Battery with a Novel Separator for Space Applications.
September 15, 2013
Bettergy was awarded an SBIR Phase II grant by the National Science Foundation for its Ion Gate Membrane for High Performance Redox Flow Batteries. Bettergy and University of Cincinnati are collaborating on this project.
August 21, 2013
Bettergy was selected by Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) to develop its transformational zinc-based battery as a safe, low-cost and high energy density power source for EV applications
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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- [ ... ]
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.
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.