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ENrG Inc Announces Plans to Produce R2R Thin Flexible Ceramic by 2016

by John Olenick
Mon, Nov 3rd 2014 11:00 pm
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ENrG Inc to produce a 100-300 meter long format of its Thin E-Strate®.

ENrG Inc Business Development Manager Kathy Olenick is now putting together a short list of companies that will sample ENrG's Thin E-Strate® in 10 meter long (width to be determined) in late 2015.  Key candidates will have the ability to not only handle R2R but be able to put various active coatings onto the ceramic substrate and then assemble it into system or test applications.

As part of this strategic direction for the company, ENrG will also couple in development work to singulate the ceramic roll through diamond dicing and laser cutting.  ENrG expects to supply the ceramic substrate in 20 micron thick format at widths of 2 - 20 cm.

Expected markets are energy storage for wearables, medical, solar PV, amongst others.  ENrG expects the project to be supported through various grants, one of which is already under contract.


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