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Ultra-Thin, solid-state rechargable battery with vertically integrated solar cell
Tue, Oct 30th 2018 01:00 pm
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.
Ultra-Thin, Flexible Solid-State Battery with Integrated Solar Energy Harvesting
Tue, Jun 12th 2018 04:35 pm
With funding from the FlexTech Alliance, ITN Energy Systems and ENrG Inc. have demonstrated promising new thin, solid-state lithium rechargeable batteries (SSLB) capable of providing the high power and energy required for many flexible electronics, wireless devices/sensors, wearables, medical devices, unmanned vehicles, portable power, etc.
Flexible Ceramic Applications
Wed, May 23rd 2018 04:00 pm
a Presentation by ENrG Inc. at the 2018 Ceramics expo.
Zirconia Ribbon Ceramic, An ENrG inc. Presentation
Sun, Mar 25th 2018 03:00 pm
Presented by ENrG inc. at AEC 2018
Ultra-Thin, Solid-State Rechargable Battery with Vertically Integrated Solar Cell
Mon, Feb 12th 2018 04:20 pm
A presentation by ITN Energy at FLEX 2018
Ultra-light-weight, Thin-film CdTe PV Minimodules on Flexible Ceramic
Mon, Feb 12th 2018 04:05 pm
A Presentation by Lucintech Inc. at Flex2018
Multi-Material Ribbon Ceramic Supply Chain to Product Application Roadmap for FHE
Mon, Feb 12th 2018 04:00 pm
Presentation for FLEX2018 by ENrG Inc and Corning Inc.
Mechanically Inspired Laser Scribing of Thin Brittle Materials
Fri, Nov 10th 2017 01:00 pm
Laser processing of thin flexible ceramics and glasses is challenging due to the incurred brittleness and unfavorable thermal and optical properties of such materials. We describe an alternative laser cutting method which utilizes surface stress raisers to cleave brittle substrates along a defined path.
Ultra-Thin, Flexible Solid State Recharagable Batteries for Flexible Electronics, Medical Devices, and Wearable Markets
Wed, Oct 11th 2017 11:00 am
This presentation was created by ITN Energy with assistance from ENrG inc and presented at the NY-BEST Energy Storage Technology Conference of 2017
Zirconia Ribbon Ceramic, ENrG Inc. Presentation
Mon, Sep 18th 2017 04:15 pm
Presentation by ENrG Inc. at AIMCAL 2017
Flexible Mixed-Potential-Type (MPT) NO2 Sensor Based on an Ultra-Thin Ceramic Film
Sat, Jul 29th 2017 04:00 pm
A novel flexible mixed-potential-type (MPT) sensor was designed and fabricated for NO2 detection from 0 to 500 ppm at 200 C. An ultra-thin Y2O3-doped ZrO2 (YSZ) ceramic film 20 m thick was sandwiched between a heating electrode and reference/sensing electrodes.
Temperature‐dependent thermal conductivity of flexible yttria‐stabilized zirconia substrate via 3ω technique
Tue, Jul 11th 2017 03:00 pm
Thermal management in flexible electronic has proven to be challenging thereby limiting the development of flexible devices with high power densities. To truly enable the technological implementation of such devices, it is imperative to develop highly thermally conducting flexible substrates that are fully compatible with large‐scale fabrication.
Available: Ribbon Ceramics
Mon, Apr 24th 2017 10:00 am
ENrG Inc introduces Zirconia Ribbon Ceramic ahead of Ceramics Expo 2017.
Thermal and Electrical Characterizations of Ultra-Thin Flexible 3YSZ Ceramic for Electronic Packaging Application
Mon, Oct 10th 2016 02:00 pm
This paper presents thermal and electrical characterizations of an ultra-thin flexible 3YSZ (3 mol% Yttria Stabilized Zirconia) ceramic substrate to explore its potential for electronic packaging applications.
IEEE EDL 37, 615 (2016) Flipchip LED on Flexible YSZ
Tue, Apr 26th 2016 07:00 am
Flip-chipped LEDs on ENrG's Thin E-Strate operate cooler and more effciently than on same thickness polymeric substrates.
Flex 2016 Presentation
Tue, Mar 1st 2016 07:30 am
ENrG presented its Thin E-Strate product in a multitude of applications at Flex 2016 in February 2016.
EMC/MRS 2015 Presentation, GaN-Based LED on Flexible Ceramic Substrate
Tue, Jul 21st 2015 12:00 pm
Researchers found a 10 degree C difference in junction temperature for LEDs on Thin E-Strate vs. Polyimide, therefore higher light output.
ICACC 2015 Presentation, R2R Ultra-Thin Flexible Ceramic Substrate for Coating Applications
Mon, Feb 2nd 2015 09:00 am
John Olenick, President of ENrG Inc presented the company's plans for 2015-2016 on the development and sampling of roll-to-roll (R2R) thin flexible ceramic substrate.
ICACC 2015 Presentation, Copper Clad Ultra-Thin Flexible Ceramic Substrate for High Power Electronics
Thu, Jan 29th 2015 04:50 pm
John Olenick, President of ENrG Inc presented on ENrG and Oak-Mitsui Technologies work to produce a copper sheathed Thin E-Strate ceramic substrate for high power electronics.
ICACC 2015 Presentation, High Efficiency SOEC and Embedded Sabatier Reactor
Tue, Jan 27th 2015 01:30 pm
John Olenick, President of ENrG Inc presented a joint presentation on ENrG and Paragon Space Corporation's work on a highly efficient SOEC with embedded Sabatier Reactor. The work was supported by a NASA SBIR phase 1 and 2.
Thin E-Strate® Accelerated Life Testing
Tue, Jan 6th 2015 06:00 pm
Dr. Nick Burlingame of Xylon in Alfred, NY performed hydro-thermal stability testing for ENrG.
ENrG Inc Attended Printed Electronics Tradeshow, Santa Clara Convention Center.
Tue, Dec 23rd 2014 05:00 pm
ENrG Inc teams with RIT's Printed Electronics Lab and LiquidX to show successful spincoating of silver inks on Thin E-Strate.
ENrG Inc Announces Plans to Produce R2R Thin Flexible Ceramic by 2016
Mon, Nov 3rd 2014 11:00 pm
Never been done. Roll-to-roll (R2R) format for flexible ceramic membranes.
37th International Conference and Expo
Sun, Jan 6th 2013 11:00 am
ENrG will be exhibiting at the 37th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites in Daytona Beach, Florida in January 2013.
ENrG Inc. has received an award from NYSERDA
Mon, Sep 3rd 2012 11:00 am
"Durable, flexible thin ceramic foils opening new applications", in the American Ceramics Society's monthly magazine, The Bulletin, under Ceramics in Energy.
ENrG Inc. To Advance Thin E-Strate® Flexible Ceramics with NYSERDA Award; Company Seeks Partners to Increase Thin-Film Solar Cell Performance
Thu, Aug 2nd 2012 11:00 am
ENrG Inc., a high technology firm specializing in the development and manufacture of ceramic components for clean energy, has received an award from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to explore the potential of its Thin E-Strate® flexible ceramic product in the solar energy markets. Full Press Release and More Information.
ENrG's Thin E-Strate product was featured in an American Ceramics Society's 'Ceramic Tech Today:
Tue, Jul 31st 2012 11:00 am
ENrG's Thin E-Strate product was featured in an American Ceramics Society's 'Ceramic Tech Today.
ENrG Inc. Wins 2012 New Energy Symposium Cleantech Award
Wed, Jul 18th 2012 11:00 am
ENrG Inc., a high technology firm specializing in the development and manufacture of ceramic components for harsh environments, earned one of three awards for its "Ultrathin Ceramic Membranes" presentation at the Seventh Annual New Energy Symposium held in New York City.
 

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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.

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

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