ENTEK Joins Consortium for Battery Innovation

ENTEK lead acid group is pleased to announce that it has joined the Consortium for Battery Innovation (CBI) as a partner in its research endeavors for the advancement of lead battery technologies.  CBI, working with technology leaders across the full spectrum of the battery industry, is charting the way forward with a roadmap for identifying key research projects to advance lead battery technologies.

“CBI and ENTEK share a common goal of advancing material science and promoting innovation in lead battery technology for the continued success and prosperity of our industry” said Clint Beutelschies, ENTEK’s VP of Global Sales.  “CBI’s research focus ties in well with our own efforts for increased battery performance in automotive, Industrial and renewable energy storage, and we are excited to participate in this group”.  ENTEK produces separators for all three primary separator technologies (PE, AGM, and lithium-ion) for the global energy storage industry.  It is headquartered in Lebanon, Oregon, USA, with additional production facilities in the UK, Indonesia, Japan and China.

By harnessing the expertise of industry leaders across the world, CBI is working to advance improvements in the ever-changing landscape of energy storage.

About CBI

For more than 25 years, the Consortium (https://batteryinnovation.org/) has delivered cutting-edge research taking lead batteries to a new level. With an expert panel made up of the world’s leading battery manufacturers and research specialists, the Consortium is setting the standard for advanced lead batteries and the next generation of energy storage.

Its global membership all share the common aim of inspiring the latest research to help develop the next generation of advanced lead batteries.

Formally known as ALABC, the Consortium has been carrying out research into lead batteries for a quarter of a century. Members have commissioned research into advanced lead batteries to help meet the needs of global energy storage.

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