Printing Thin Flexible Batteries to Power an Innovative Future
Printed Energy is an Australian company established to develop breakthrough manufacturing techniques for printing batteries and photovoltaics. We have a portfolio of innovative patented technologies and we are focussed on bringing these technologies to market as quickly as possible.
Printed Energy’s research team and laboratory in Tempe Arizona are well supported by a collaboration arrangement with two of Australia’s leading universities in the field of energy storage and materials science.
Printed Energy is developing a unique set of new battery chemistries that are suited to manufacture using traditional roll-to-roll printing techniques.
The key compounds are commonly available metals such as Zinc and Manganese Oxides and inorganic matrix structures mixed with polymers and electrolytes. Most importantly they are all non-toxic and very low flammability.
Printed Energy is printing solid state batteries in a thin, flexible format that can be adapted to almost any shape.
The goal is to print the batteries as an integrated printed element to power a myriad of new and evolving printed electronic applications. Their thin flexible format will also help the stand-alone version of Printed Energy’s batteries push the boundaries of more traditional battery applications.
Potential applications for the printed batteries range from powering disposable healthcare devices, sensors, internet of things devices, smart cards, wearable electronics and personal lighting; to larger scale applications such as in combination with flexible solar panels to help manage intermittency and energy storage.
A printed battery which is thin, flexible and rechargeable.
A fully integratable component making new products possible.
Non toxic, sustainable and affordable.
The Printed Energy team has deep and rich experience with batteries, photovoltaics, and printed electronics.
They bring together an exceptional combination of expertise in the development and manufacturing of printed primary and secondary batteries.
Collectively, they bring to Printed Energy, their expertise in:
- Optics, photovoltaic systems, patent and innovation analysis
- Electrochemistry, interfaces and physical chemistry
- Ink formulations, synthesis and analysis of nanomaterials
- Assembly and testing of finished battery products
- LEAN manufacturing
- Coating and printing technologies
- Battery cell and electrochemical cell manufacturing
Many of the team have already helped to bring a breakthrough printed LED product to market.
Please contact us using one of the channels below:
Printed Energy Pty Ltd
Level 4, 99 Creek St
Brisbane, Qld 4000
(co-located with EWM Group)
GPO Box 1821
Brisbane, Qld 4001