Hive Battery Labs wins 3rd place at LG Chem’s the Battery Challenge, a competition soliciting new battery technologies to which 129 teams across 27 countries applied.
Eric presents at NAATBatt Annual Meeting panel entitled “New Approaches to Battery Testing and Formation.”
Five channel EIS cycler prototype used in automotive OEM collaboration for formation diagnostics proof-of-concept project.
Hive Battery Labs participates in the Cascadia Cleantech Accelerator.
National Science Foundation awards SBIR Phase II to develop impedance-based Li-ion battery formation diagnostics.
Hive Battery Labs spins out of academia, funded by National Science Foundation SBIR Phase I Award.
Research begins in a power electronics research group at the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College.
Supported in part by the National Science Foundation
Office & labs proudly located in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood.
118 NW Canal St
Seattle WA 98107