Available Technologies

JCESR researchers have developed a wide and diverse range of technologies that may have a worldwide impact in the area of energy storage. JCESR grants licenses for JCESR-developed intellectual property to existing and start-up companies that are technically and financially capable of turning early-stage technology into commercial products. We are committed to negotiating fair and reasonable license agreements that are beneficial to both parties. We work with our licensees to make these technologies a success in the commercial world.

To learn about the many ways you can collaborate with JCESR, contact us at jcesrlicensing@anl.gov. Current technologies that are available for license are listed below.

Invention Title Institution Institutional Identifier
Nanostructured Organic-Inorganic Solid Electrolytes Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory LBNL-2018-067
High Voltage Mg Battery Cathodes Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-17-031
Annulated Tetra-substituted hydroquinone ether-based redox shuttle additives for Lithium-ion batteries Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-16-127
Non Encapsulation Approach for High Performance Li-S Batteries Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PNNL IPID #31077
A Two-Electron Redox Molecule: Doubles the Energy Density of Redox Flow Batteries with High Stability Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-16-156
Composite Membranes to Protect Reactive Metal Electrodes in Batteries Sandia National Laboratories, Argonne National Laboratory SNL SD #14015
Polymeric Materials for Electrochemical Cells and Ion Separation Processes Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign LBNL-2016-126
Application and Use of Ionic Nanacrystalline Materials with High Surface Charge Density Department of Energy S-140,639
Composite Battery Electrodes Containing Supramolecular Polymer Binders Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory LBNL-2016-080
Protective Coatings for Lithium Anodes Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-16-168
A Novel Annulated Naphthalene Ether: A Two-Electron Redox Catholyte of Redox Flow Batteries with High Stability Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-16-169
Approaches to Enable High Coulombic Efficiency Cycling of Li Metal Batteries Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PNNL IPID #30890
Discovery Of A Halogen-Free Electrolyte For Magnesium Battery Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-16-106
Redox Active Colloidal Particles for Size-Selective Electrical Energy Storage University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign UIUC #2016-063
Aqueous Organic Redox Flow Battery Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-15-137
Oxygen-Breathing Aqueous Sulfur Storage Battery Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Case No 18312
Anode-free Rechargeable Batteries with High Coulombic Efficiencies Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PNNL IPID # 30631
Electrolytes Comprising Metal Amide and Metal Chlorides for Multivalent Battery Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-14-030
Electrolyte for Magnesium Battery Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-14-059
Electrolyte for Stable Cycling of High-Energy Lithium Sulfur Redox Flow Batteries Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PNNL IPID # 30647
Electronically Percolating Networks for Redox Flow Batteries Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology LBNL No. 2014-148
Grafting Ionic Moiety to Sulfur for Lithium-Sulfur Battery Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Case No. 17699
Gravity Induced Flow Cell Using Suspension-Based Flow Electrodes Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Case No. 16747K
High Energy Density Semi-Solid Storage Electrodes and Batteries Thereof Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Case No. 16204K
High Potential Redox Active Molecules for Energy Storage Applications Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-14-044
Improving Electrochemical Energy Storage Performance with Ion- and Size-Selective Membranes Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory LBNL-2015-067
Maximizing Energetic Efficiency of Flow Batteries Utilizing Non-Newtonian Fluids Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Case No. 16646K
Metal-Polysulfide Batteries Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Case No. 16706
Multi-Electron Redox Active Molecules for Energy Storage Applications Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-14-021
Multivalent Battery Cathode Materials Composed of Early Transition Metal Bronzes Argonne National Laboratory, Northwestern University ANL-IN-14-104
Nonaqueous Redox Flow Batteries Using a Single TEMPO-Based Redox Material at Both Anode and Cathode Sides Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PNNL IPID # 30722
Noval Additive to Improve Li2S Solubility for Li-S Redox Flow Batteries Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PNNL IPID # 30730
Optimal Flow Conditions for Intermittent Flow Cells Massachusetts Institute of Technology iEdison No. 4911501-13-0054
Redox Active Polymers and Colloidal Particles for Flow Batteries University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign TF14038
Stable Cycling of Lithium Sulfide Cathodes Through Strong Affinity with Multifunctional Binders SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Stanford Docket No. S12-346
Synthesis of FSI and TDI Salts for Multivalent Ion Batteries Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-15-004
Two-electron high potential/capacity redox active molecules for energy storage applications Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-14-062
Two-Electron Redox Active Molecules with High Capacity and Energy Density for Energy Storage Applications Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-14-078
Single-Ion-Conducting Hybrid Solid Electrolytes Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of North Carolina 2015-048
Aluminum Hydride Ion Battery Northwestern University NU2015-045
A New Binder for Advanced Li-S Batteries Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PNNL IPID # 30786
Redox Mediators for Metal-Sulfer Batteries Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology LBNL 2014-148/MIT Case No. 17320J
Lubricant-Impregnated Surfaces for Electrochemical Applications, Devices and Systems Using the Same Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Case No. 17190
Organic Anolyte Materials for Flow Batteries University of Michigan iEdison No. 1506501-15-0060
Organic Materials for Aqueous Flow Battery Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-15-065
2,6 Poly(AnthraQuinone) (PA4Q) as the Organic Electrode for Rechargeable Magnesium Ion Batteries Argonne National Laboratory ANL-IN-15-126

 

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