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400 Apgar Drive, Unit E ♦ Somerset, NJ 08873 – USA ♦ +1 (732) 868-3141 ♦ sales@neicorporation.com Solid Electrolytes for Lithium-ion and Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: A Safer Solution Lithium-ion batteries have provided a lightweight energy-storage solution that has enabled many of today’s high-tech devices – from smartphones to electric cars. Although these batteries are generally safe, […]

A Safer Replacement for Highly Flammable Liquids Currently Used in Li-ion Batteries NEI replaced liquid with solid material that allows for a no-liquid battery. “An all-solid lithium-ion battery architecture, based on the solid electrolyte developed at NEI, will lead to safer, high-energy batteries that are needed for consumer and industrial applications. These applications include hybrid […]

« Recent NEI News September 9, 2015 Somerset, New Jersey (USA) – NEI Corporation, a leading developer and manufacturer of specialty cathode, anode, and electrolyte materials for Lithium-ion batteries, has announced an expansion of its NANOMYTE® Lithium Battery Product Line. The new products include: Carbon-coated Lithium Titanate (LTO): NANOMYTE® BE-10C (powder) NANOMYTE® BE-10CE (tape) LATP-coated […]

June 17, 2015 Somerset, New Jersey (USA) – NEI Corporation, a leading developer and manufacturer of specialty cathode, anode, and electrolyte materials for Lithium-ion batteries, has announced an expansion of its services for producing Custom Solid Electrolyte Materials. Most commercial Lithium-ion batteries usually contain an electrolyte that is dissolved in flammable solvents. The use of […]

January 21, 2015 Somerset, New Jersey (USA) – NEI Corporation, a leading developer and manufacturer of specialty cathode, anode, and electrolyte materials for Lithium-ion batteries, announced today that they are expanding their offering of patent-pending, solid electrolyte materials. Over the past year, NEI has supplied multi-kilogram quantities of their newly developed solid electrolyte powder, NANOMYTE® […]

Somerset, New Jersey (USA) – NEI Corporation is developing a lithium-ion battery where the electrolytes are dissolved in water instead of an organic solvent. The aqueous-based lithium-ion battery has the potential to eliminate the risks associated with state of the art lithium-ion batteries, where the organic solvents are highly flammable. In the event of a […]