Solutions for the transition to clean energy and mobility
Alsym is working to ensure that the future of energy will be cleaner, safer, and more affordable for people around the world.
Today’s lithium and cobalt-based batteries pose considerable risks to humans, animals, and the global environment. They rely on flammable and toxic materials that are inherently unsafe, and often mined and processed in ways that threaten the health of workers and local communities. Manufacturing finished lithium batteries is complex and costly, and improper disposal can create substantial environmental impact.
Alsym™ Energy makes high-performance, low-cost batteries to meet the demand of an electrified future—without using lithium or cobalt. Our proprietary, breakthrough technology takes advantage of low-cost materials that are easy to source. This helps reduce total manufacturing costs and eliminates many common acquisition, supply chain, and environmental challenges, such as cobalt and lithium contamination in sourcing, manufacturing, and disposal.
Alsym Energy Partners with Synergy Marine to Provide Low-Cost, Non-Flammable Rechargeable Batteries for Shipping Vessels
This product profile describes the features and applications of the ElectroGreen™–Xylene substitute for electronics.
The Stäubli Megawatt Charging System (MCS) offers rapid and effortless charging, allowing drivers to manually charge their electric heavy-duty vehicles without relying on robots or supporting machines.
Anguil's robust Vapor Combustion Unit (VCU) can handle a wide range of emission flow rates. It is as easy to use as an enclosed flare and as effective as a thermal oxidizer.
This interview with Jeff Retzke examines how Denali is revitalizing mine sites and restoring ecosystems through innovative reclamation practices.
In this interview, AZoCleantech speaks to Anguil about the decarbonization of battery manufacturing,
and how to make the industry greener from testing to recycling.
In this interview, AZoCleantech talks to Olivia Madamba about Ethylene Oxide (EtO) opportunities and the new regulations proposed by the EPA.