Thousand Oaks, Calif. (April 29, 2019)—David Grant, CEO of Thousand Oaks, California-based Battery Streak, will be speaking at the CBMM & Partners’ Mobility Tech Day Workshop in Berlin, Germany on Friday, May 24.
Grant is one of a number of mobility, automotive and technology leaders who will be providing insights and case study information on their technology innovations. Other presenters include representatives from such companies as BASF, Bosch, BMW and Porsche.
Grant will discuss Battery Streak’s rapid battery recharging technology, which involves replacing traditional electrodes in standard lithium batteries with Battery Streak proprietary materials. It recently announced it had achieved a charge rate from empty to 80 percent charge in only 10 minutes in a 1 amp-hour cell. The company began manufacturing prototypes in January 2019.
“Battery Streak’s technology is getting noticed by companies throughout the world,” says Grant. “We welcome the opportunity to spread the word about our continued progress in developing a safe, fast-charging battery for a variety of applications.”
“Battery Streak’s technology is getting noticed by companies throughout the world,” says Grant. “We welcome the opportunity to spread the word about our continued progress in developing a safe, fast-charging battery for a variety of applications.” Those applications include smart watches, cell phones, lifestyle monitors, laptops, hearing aids, medical devices, power tools, warehouse robots, industrial tablets and electric vehicles.
CBMM, with headquarters in Brazil, is the world’s leading supplier of niobium products and technology. It regularly invites tech leaders to workshops to discuss mobility trends, energy and power advances and materials innovation with niobium technologies
For more information, contact Grant at 805-402-4088, [email protected] or go to www.BatteryStreak.com.
Contact Battery Streak to request a copy of the CBMM Battery Streak presentation.
David Grant, CEO Battery Streak
805-402-4088, [email protected]
Diane Rumbaugh, Public Relations
805-493-2877, [email protected]