Battery Streak Accepted for Exercise ANTX-Coastal Trident 22

Newbury Park, Calif., Jan. 28, 2022 — ( — Battery Streak’s proposal to demonstrate its fast-charging battery technology at the annual ANTX-CT22 has been accepted by exercise organizers. Working with technology acceleration groups NavalX and FATHOMWERX helped Battery Streak introduce its technology to the Naval Research and Development Establishment.

The Port Hueneme Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center will lead the execution of its annual Advanced Naval Technology Exercise. ANTX-Coastal Trident 2022 will be conducted to accelerate the identification and implementation of advanced capabilities by the U.S. Navy and its interagency partners in port and maritime security.

“Battery Streak is excited to demonstrate our innovative battery technology that enables fast room temperature charging with longer life.” David Grant, President, continued: “This is an exciting step in our technology development, bringing to market the work of UCLA Professor Bruce Dunn and Professor Sarah Tolbert, originally funded by the ‘Office of Naval Research. Quick access to demonstrate our technology is through the streamlined process offered by the NavalX Ventura Tech Bridge and assistance from FATHOMWERX.

NavalX serves the Navy and Marine Corps as an innovation and agility cell, supporting and connecting initiatives across the Department of Defense. Connecting teams with tools, training and resources – empowering people to think differently and deliver more effective solutions to the fighter.

FATHOMWERX is a public-private consortium and resource for technology innovation that merges civilian businesses, universities, and other non-traditional Department of Defense (DoD) partners to work on the toughest problems in port domains. and maritime.

About Battery Streak
Battery Streak, is a startup linked to the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). BSI’s patented technology uses nanostructured niobium oxide as the anode of lithium-ion batteries. Battery Streak was founded in 2017 to commercialize hardware technology that allows lithium-ion batteries to charge in about 10 minutes. Batteries using patented Battery Streak materials charge extremely quickly, have a very long life and eliminate many thermal issues compared to conventional lithium-ion batteries.

Battery Streak was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant to conduct research and development (R&D) on nanoparticulate metal oxide electrodes for fast-charging lithium-ion batteries. Battery Streak is headquartered in Ventura County, California.


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