Forge Nano’s exclusive license with NREL helps fundamentally enhance lithium-ion battery safety, durability, and lifetime

Forge Nano's agreement with NREL helps fundamentally enhance lithium-ion battery safety, durability, and lifetime May 8, 2017 The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has entered into an exclusive license agreement with Forge Nano to commercialize NREL’s patented battery materials and systems capable of operating safely in high-stress environments. A particular feature of [...]

By | May 8th, 2017|Comments Off on Forge Nano’s exclusive license with NREL helps fundamentally enhance lithium-ion battery safety, durability, and lifetime

Forge Nano awarded 2017 Colorado Manufacturing Award for Innovation in Product Manufacturing

Dr. James Trevey Vice President Engineering at Forge Nano accepted CompanyWeek's 2017 Colorado Manufacturing Award for Innovation in Product Manufacturing at second annual Colorado Manufacturing Awards ceremony held on April 13 at Denver's ART hotel. Forge Nano was selected in the Energy and Environment industry catagory. Forge Nano, the global leader in precision nano-coating technology for [...]

By | April 19th, 2017|Comments Off on Forge Nano awarded 2017 Colorado Manufacturing Award for Innovation in Product Manufacturing

Forge Nano CEO Paul Lichty is a Denver Business Journal 2017 40 under 40 honoree

The Denver Business Journal honored Paul Lichty, Founder and CEO of Forge Nano as one of the accomplished and influencial winners for its 21st 40 under 40 awards in 2017. These 40 individuals were selected from 307 nominees who’d received more than 500 nominations total and represent the best in business that metro Denver has [...]

By | April 11th, 2017|Comments Off on Forge Nano CEO Paul Lichty is a Denver Business Journal 2017 40 under 40 honoree

USPTO issues patent to Forge Nano for ‘High Throughput Method for Manufacturing ALD Coatings’

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued patent number US 9,546,424 to Forge Nano for High Throughput Method for Manufacturing ALD Coatings (Any Powders). This plus patent US 9,284,643 for High Throughput Apparatus for Manufacturing ALD Coatings (Any Powders) give Forge Nano exclusive rights to ALD coated battery materials and the high throughput production process.

By | February 19th, 2017|Comments Off on USPTO issues patent to Forge Nano for ‘High Throughput Method for Manufacturing ALD Coatings’

Forge Nano Selected to present at NREL Industry Growth Forum April 13-14, 2017 in Golden Colorado.

For over twenty years, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's (NREL's) Industry Growth Forum has been the nation's premier clean energy investment event. The Forum features presentations from 30 emerging clean energy companies, provocative panels, one-on-one meetings, and organized networking opportunities. NREL's Industry Growth Forum is the perfect venue for growing companies to prepare, refine, and [...]

By | January 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Forge Nano Selected to present at NREL Industry Growth Forum April 13-14, 2017 in Golden Colorado.

Forge Nano selected to present at the Energy Storage Innovation Summit during NAATBatt 2017

NAATBatt International has announced that Forge Nano is one of the winners of its solicitation for new battery and energy storage technologies to present at the Energy Storage Innovation Summit during NAATBatt 2017. The winners were selected by a committee of NAATBatt member firms. Each selected company will make a presentation as part of the Summit on [...]

By | January 4th, 2017|0 Comments

Forge Nano raises $20 million in Series A Funding

November 3, 2016 Forge Nano raises $20 million in Series A Funding Nano coating technology innovator Forge Nano will use funding to expand manufacturing capacity and grow Lithium-Ion battery opportunities LOUISVILLE, Colo. –  Forge Nano, formerly PneumatiCoat Technologies, a Colorado-based startup that has innovated a breakthrough technology to enable precision nano coatings at scale for [...]

By | November 4th, 2016|Comments Off on Forge Nano raises $20 million in Series A Funding

PCT (Forge Nano) Awarded Department of Energy Phase II SBIR Grant for its High Rate Nanomanufacturing Approach to Low-Cost ALD Enabled Lithium Ion Battery Materials

PneumatiCoat Technologies (Forge Nano) is proud to announce the successful conversion of its DOE Phase II SBIR project for its approach to high-rate nanomanufacturing that will enable the ALD process to be adopted at low cost to the entire value chain.  PCT (Forge Nano) will be scaling its high-rate manufacturing process to be capable of [...]

By | July 6th, 2016|Comments Off on PCT (Forge Nano) Awarded Department of Energy Phase II SBIR Grant for its High Rate Nanomanufacturing Approach to Low-Cost ALD Enabled Lithium Ion Battery Materials

PCT (Forge Nano) Awarded DOE Phase I for Li-ion Battery Research. Project Titled “Low-Cost Encapsulation of Silicon-Based Nanopowders”

PCT (Forge Nano) has been awarded a DOE Phase I SBIR grant to investigate ALD coatings for Li-ion anode materials. Emerging anode materials show great promise for dramatically increasing energy density of Li-ion batteries. ALD coatings help to improve the cycle stability of next-gen anode materials such as Silicon. This work will focus on advanced [...]

By | May 22nd, 2016|Comments Off on PCT (Forge Nano) Awarded DOE Phase I for Li-ion Battery Research. Project Titled “Low-Cost Encapsulation of Silicon-Based Nanopowders”

PCT (Forge Nano) Awarded NAVY SBIR Phase I for “Long Lasting, Highly Efficient, and Safe Batteries for Sensor Systems”

Pneumaticoat Technologies (Forge Nano) has been awarded a DOD Phase I SBIR from the Navy to develop improved batteries for sensor systems. This work will focus on improving the overall safety of the battery systems and improving the lifetime performance of critical, battery operated, sensors. Picoshield® coatings will play a crucial role in improving battery performance.

By | June 15th, 2015|Comments Off on PCT (Forge Nano) Awarded NAVY SBIR Phase I for “Long Lasting, Highly Efficient, and Safe Batteries for Sensor Systems”