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As of March 23, 2020, ENrG is complying with New York State guidelines to close during this global health crisis. We will continue to answer any inquiries and wish for your safe health through this time.

John Olenick, President, ENrG Inc



Latest News

  • Posted June 28, 2019

    TECHCONNECT 2019, Boston, MA Presentation

    Multi-Application Circuits Presentation...more

  • Posted April 11, 2019

    Ultra-Thin Compact Flexible Antenna For IoT Applications

    Goal: To design and manufacture an ultra-thin flexible antenna based on novel ceramic material for IoT at 2.7GHz and 5.8GHZ, comparing dimensions and performance with conventional substrates (Rigid ARLON 25N and flexible PP)....more

  • Posted February 7, 2019

    Thin E-Strate Wafers available in the SEMI-Conductor industry Spec. with low volume pricing break


  • Posted October 30, 2018

    Ultra-Thin, solid-state rechargable battery with vertically integrated solar cell

    ITN Energy Systems and ENrG Inc. have developed and demonstrated a promising new thin, flexible solid state lithium rechargeable battery (SSLB) for flexible electronics, smart wearables, and medical devices....more

"Good for Solar PV CdTe......"
Dr. Al Compaan

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Advantages of Using Thin E-Strate®

Thin E-Strate® for active or passive device fabrication. More robust than silicon.

As a ceramic, 3YSZ is inert, of high purity, tolerates processing temperatures to 1200°C, and with its low thermal mass can tolerate high thermal shock during deposition or coating processes.

Being ultra thin to 20 microns thick, it presents a very low thermal resistance path for heat removal and a super thin profile for component coating.  Multi-layers of active layer coated Thin E-Strate® can easily be stacked into low profile components.

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Industry Applications of Thin E-Strate®

Thin E-Strate® redefines the world of robust flexible ultra-thin ceramic foils.  Major applications include:

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    Solar PV
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    Fuel Cells
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    Gas Sensors
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