Computing doubles every two years. Batteries can too.
Boldly announcing a new family of battery materials.


This technology has been developed by a well-funded American company that will now reveal research results to a selected group of potential partners. It has not been, and will not be, disclosed in any research literature. All product manufacturers listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ having a market capitalization of more than $500 million may request an invitation to a meeting where additional technological results, including full-cell data, will be shared. No investment bankers, venture capital companies, government representatives, or members of the press will be allowed. Only those companies attending the meeting will receive further technical disclosures.


Moore’s Law is not a natural law like that of gravity.  It was an observation that the number of transistors on integrated circuits had doubled every two years, and a knowledge-based prediction that it would continue to do so. Moore’s prediction morphed into an industry-wide understanding that computer capability would double every two years, resulting in changed industry behavior and self-fulfillment. When considering power, life, design, size, weight, environmental impact, etc., we believe the battery industry is poised to make batteries twice as capable every two years for many years to come. However, this belief is conditional upon two things: the creation of at least one new family of effective battery materials, and the discovery of new ways in which batteries function. We believe we satisfy both of these conditions.


This application is for your company to send one representative to a meeting to be held in early April 2016. The exact date, time, and location will be disclosed only to a limited number of successful applicants. Due to extreme interest, the application deadline has been extended to March 15, 2016. Successful applicants will be notified by email and express mail by March 21, 2016.