Superlattice Power, Inc. (SLAT.OB)

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Michael

06/11/2008
01:56:39 AM

Superlattice Power, Inc is focused on using its resources and efforts to develop and market lithium-powered vehicles and products for use in residential and commercial properties. Using its technology, the company is able to covert scooters, bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, cars and even homes and businesses into zero-emission, lithium-powered vehicles and facilities. To vist the company’s website, please click the following link: www.superlatticepower.com The company has made considerable progress in advancing its next generation lithium-powered batteries. It is currently developing a new cathode material that can be integrated into a Lithium-ion polymer battery to substantially increase operating voltage range as well as energy density. With the new cathode material, electric vehicles will be able to travel over 200 miles versus the current 120-140 range. Superlattice Power recently announced that its new cathode material can now enter large-scale production. This technological breakthrough will give Superlattice Power the ability to produce all the necessary physical materials at a batch of 100kg each, making it more practical and affordable for the public to switch from gasoline-powered vehicles to emissions-free vehicles powered by Supperlattice’s unique technology. As prices for fossil fuel energy continue to rise, consumers and businesses are seeking an alternative way to power their world. Scientists, analysts and automotive executives have agreed that rising fuel costs and environmental concerns will cause the sales of hybrid and electric vehicles to skyrocket, and Superlattice has positioned itself to take advantage of the anticipated demand.Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

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Michae
6/13/2008 7:03:59 PM

Superlattice Power Inc. (SLAT.OB) Jumps 9% in Thursday Trading Superlattice Power closed the day Thursday at $2.02 a share, an increase of 9.19%. Nearly 140,000 shares were traded; almost four times its average trading volume. This increase came the day following the release of the company’s quarterly 10Q report. In the report, Superlattice Power disclosed its agreement to invest a minimum of $1.5 million in each of the next two years in development of technologies for lithium batteries. Superlattice Power is focused on devoting its resources and efforts to develop and market lithium-powered batteries. The batteries are then used in vehicles and in residential and commercial applications. They are being used by partnered companies, such as Hybrid Technologies, to power emission free electric vehicles. Operations between the two companies are smooth and effective because they have the same goal in mind, and Superlattice Power actually rents out 5,000 square feet of Hybrid Technologies’ North Carolina facility. The hope for the companies is to extend the life and range of batteries for electric vehicles. Superlattice power has experimented with shapes, sizes and materials for their products to increase battery life and power. They have made considerable progress in advancing the next generation lithium-powered batteries. The superlattice structure is a hexagonal structure and can accommodate more lithium and therefore more energy. The elements, and more specifically transition metals used, have been selected precisely to make superlattice cathode materials safe, environmentally friendly and less expensive. Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
6/21/2008 4:41:20 AM

Superlattice Power Inc. (SLAT.OB) – Committed to Producing Superlattice Structures on an Industrial Scale Superlattice Power Inc. (SLAT.OB) is a company focused on developing and producing the next-generation lithium battery. These batteries can be used to power electric vehicles and have potential applications in homes and commercial buildings as a source of zero-emissions power. Superlattice Power’s researchers have investigated high-capacity and energy-dense superlattice structures in an attempt to develop the next-generation lithium-ion polymer battery that is environmentally non-toxic, safe, less expensive and more powerful. What is a superlattice? The term refers to the crystal structure of a compound and indicates periodically alternating layers of several substances. Until the efforts made by Superlattice, all prior efforts to substitute lithium for the transition metal have failed. The prior efforts all resulted in a loss of energy storage capacity over time. However, Superlattice Power announced earlier this year that the company has synthsized a new cathode material called Superlattice Structure which is suitable for use in batteries. The next major hurdle Superlattice Power had to overcome was the ability to produce the new cathode material in large quantities at a cost that is competitive with the cheapest cathode materials currently available. Working in conjunction with Hybrid Technologies (HYBR.OB), the company announced on June 9, 2008, that Superlattice now has the capability to produce the new cathode material on a large scale. This innovative process will not only be able to produce the company’s new product, but also any commercial cathode material available worldwide.Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
6/25/2008 3:34:24 AM

Superlattice Power, Inc. (SLAT.OB) to Power Hybrid Technologies’ Highly Anticipated X Prize Competition Entry Extending Drive Range to 200 Miles Superlattice Power, Inc. (SLAT.OB) announced that it will develop a superlattice battery specifically for Hybrid Technologies’ (HYBR.OB) vehicle entry into the Automotive X Prize (AXP) competition sponsored by Progressive. Superlattice is an emerging powerhouse in the development and marketing of lithium-powered batteries worldwide. The AXP judges will be analyzing 64 entrants based upon six factors: fuel economy, design, performance, price, production reality, and technology feasibility. Hybrid’s AXP vehicle is currently being developed at the company’s Mooresville facility. The engineering team’s goal is for the Hybrid entry to reach speeds of 175 mph and a drive range of at least 300 miles per charge. Superlattice Power’s lithium ion polymer batteries are manufactured with a more affordable cathode material referred to as ‘superlattice structure.’ The batteries’ elements and transitioned metals were selected specifically to make the cathode materials safe, more affordable, and environmentally friendly. These next-generation batteries are manufactured into a hexagonal framework that can accommodate more lithium and can store more energy. The increases in lithium and energy storage result in a 30-percent increase in driving range, which equates to about 200 miles per charge. A team from Popular Mechanics has already test-driven three of Hybrid Technologies all-electric vehicles—the RUSH sports car, the DASH version of the Mini Cooper and the RYDER motorcycle—and were “very impressed.” All three vehicles already reach speeds of 70 to 120 mph and drive between 100 and 120 miles per charge. With the combination of the Superlattice battery and the Hybrid team’s new aerodynamic vehicle design, no one can really guess the actual level of speed and distance that Hybrid’s AXP entry will reach. Long-standing members of the vehicle industry should not be surprised if the Hybrid entry drives away with the $10 million AXP prize. Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
6/27/2008 5:03:47 PM

Superlattice Power, Inc. (SLAT.OB) Embarks on New Lithium Battery Material Superlattice Power, Inc. (OTCBB: SLAT) is a rising leader in the development and marketing of the next generation of lithium-powered batteries worldwide. Recently, the company reported that they worked with Hybrid Technologies to develop their Superlattice battery, which will appear in the highly anticipated electric vehicle submitted by Hybrid Technologies during the xPrize Competition, which is sponsored by Progressive. Superlattice Power’s new lithium ion polymer battery is made from a more affordable cathode material. Cathode materials can be the most expensive part of lithium ion batteries. Although they are highly priced, cathode materials are found in many different crystalline structures such as spinel structure, olivine structure, and most recently a series of superlattice structures. The superlattice structure will be at the core of Hybrid’s competition entry, and is expected to increase the drive ranges of the vehicles by 30% to 200 miles. Sony introduced the lithium ion battery back in 1990, using LiCoO2 as cathode material. This specific material is extremely expensive and unsafe, and numerous military applications refused to use the material. At an operating voltage of 4.2 to 2.75V, and during high temperatures, the LiCoO2 shows an exothermic reaction that eventually generates loose oxygen and can cause fire hazards. The olivine structure, lithium ion phosphate, LiFePO4, is widely used. The disadvantage of this material is that it shows a low operating voltage within the range of 3.4V to 2.9V, and nominal voltage is 3.2V only. The spinel structure is manganese-based oxides, such as LiMn2O4 spinel and LiMnO2, and has been studied very closely. The material shows great potential in that it is abundant in nature, therefore less expensive, and non-toxic. However, there was a major problem in regards to the capacity due to dissolution of manganese in the form of Mn+2, and subsequent fading of power. The superlattice structure performs the highest in nominal voltage at 3.9V, maximum capacity at 190 (Ah/Kg), operating voltage ranging from 4.4V to 2.0V, and energy density of 741 (Wh/kg). In the superlattice structure, some transition metals are substituted for lithium and this enhances the power density dramatically. Superlattice mixed-oxide synthesis becomes difficult when starting materials are not mixed homogenously. Although this will call for more studies and tests, there are innovative synthesis processes that can be taken to meet large scale production of the superlattice cathode material in the future. Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
6/30/2008 4:46:24 PM

Superlattice Power, Inc. (SLAT.OB) Embarks on New Lithium Battery Material Superlattice Power, Inc. (OTCBB: SLAT) is a rising leader in the development and marketing of the next generation of lithium-powered batteries worldwide. Recently, the company reported that they worked with Hybrid Technologies to develop their Superlattice battery, which will appear in the highly anticipated electric vehicle submitted by Hybrid Technologies during the xPrize Competition, which is sponsored by Progressive. Superlattice Power’s new lithium ion polymer battery is made from a more affordable cathode material. Cathode materials can be the most expensive part of lithium ion batteries. Although they are highly priced, cathode materials are found in many different crystalline structures such as spinel structure, olivine structure, and most recently a series of superlattice structures. The superlattice structure will be at the core of Hybrid’s competition entry, and is expected to increase the drive ranges of the vehicles by 30% to 200 miles. Sony introduced the lithium ion battery back in 1990, using LiCoO2 as cathode material. This specific material is extremely expensive and unsafe, and numerous military applications refused to use the material. At an operating voltage of 4.2 to 2.75V, and during high temperatures, the LiCoO2 shows an exothermic reaction that eventually generates loose oxygen and can cause fire hazards. The olivine structure, lithium ion phosphate, LiFePO4, is widely used. The disadvantage of this material is that it shows a low operating voltage within the range of 3.4V to 2.9V, and nominal voltage is 3.2V only. The spinel structure is manganese-based oxides, such as LiMn2O4 spinel and LiMnO2, and has been studied very closely. The material shows great potential in that it is abundant in nature, therefore less expensive, and non-toxic. However, there was a major problem in regards to the capacity due to dissolution of manganese in the form of Mn+2, and subsequent fading of power. The superlattice structure performs the highest in nominal voltage at 3.9V, maximum capacity at 190 (Ah/Kg), operating voltage ranging from 4.4V to 2.0V, and energy density of 741 (Wh/kg). In the superlattice structure, some transition metals are substituted for lithium and this enhances the power density dramatically. Superlattice mixed-oxide synthesis becomes difficult when starting materials are not mixed homogenously. Although this will call for more studies and tests, there are innovative synthesis processes that can be taken to meet large scale production of the superlattice cathode material in the future. Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
7/1/2008 12:41:15 PM

Superlattice Power Inc. (SLAT.OB) is Focused on Bringing Superlattice Structure Batteries into the Mainstream Superlattice Power Incorporated has been acclaimed for its breakthroughs in battery technologies. Several researchers and other companies have attempted to harness the high capacity and energy density from superlattice-structured batteries, but have always come up short and never produced their products commercially or on a large scale. However, Superlattice Power Inc. has found success in the development and marketing of the next generation lithium-powered batteries worldwide. The superlattice structure, which is the key to the company’s success, is a hexagonal structure, allowing the batteries to accommodate more lithium and therefore more energy. Another crucial component to the success of these new batteries is the materials being used. The target material is a mixed oxide with a general formulation of Li1+xMnaCobNicTidO2 to ensure homogeneous mixing of all starting materials which are pre-calcined at high temperatures ranging from 700°C to 900°C. Superlattice Power Inc. is now taking their products from the laboratory, where they were developed, to an industrial scale, where they can be used in commercial and military applications. These applications, especially in electric vehicles, are of a growing importance as gas and oil prices continue to rise. The increased amount of energy that can be generated from these batteries is being used to push the current limits of electric vehicles. In trials, these batteries have increased the average range of electric vehicles to over 200 miles, and could potentially play a role in the vehicle that wins the highly anticipated automotive X prize. Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
7/4/2008 12:07:15 AM

SuperLattice Power, Inc. (SLAT.OB) Pioneering Lithium Ion Rechargeable Batteries SuperLattice Power, Inc. (OTCBB: SLAT) is becoming an emerging leader in the area of power production with their development of superLattice cathode material for use in lithium-ion rechargeable batteries, which significantly increases operating voltage range and energy density. The company has been in the developmental stages of creating a new lithium-ion polymer battery that is made up of a new cathode material with a superlattice structure, allowing electric vehicles to be driven over 200 miles compared to the current range of 120 to 140 miles, as the battery operates in a wide voltage range of 4.3V to 2V. The company’s newly priced cathode material, referred to as superlattice structure, is ready to be produced in large quantities. Their innovative process can be used to produce nano-phase pure superlattice structure, as well as any commercial cathode material available worldwide. The superlattice structure is a hexagonal structure and can accommodate more lithium and more energy. The transition metals were carefully selected to make Superlattice cathode materials safe, environmentally friendly and less expensive. It is rare for newly invented materials to be tested in large-scale production, since most are only tested within laboratories for small scale production. Superlattice Power anticipates transfering all potential material in industrial levels and using them in high-degree battery production, therefore testing not only the materials but the additional properties of the battery so that they can bring potential battery materials from laboratory scale to industrial scale. They have already commenced in-house production of all superlattice structure in a higher density and found a way to optimize the process parameters suitable for large batteries, which will be used in the field of uninterruptible power supply (UPS)”. Currently, the battery division of Superlattice Power is conducting research on a series of cathode materials with superlattice structure. The goal of this research is to model different cathode structures and optimize process parameters to obtain a single phase and pure material to fit the industrial scale. The company’s research and development team has successfully synthesized a cathode material with a superlattice oxide structure based on manganese, cobalt, nickel and titanium. During production of the first batch, 100kg of phase-pure material was produced. Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
7/9/2008 7:08:16 PM

Superlattice Power Inc. (SLAT.OB) Investigating Battery Applications for Space Flight Superlattice Power Incorporated, a groundbreaking company in the field of lithium-powered batteries, is investigating plans to leave the ground and develop batteries for space flight applications. The experimental investigation into space flight applications involves a unique process for large-scale production of two cathode materials for their ion lithium batteries. The new cathode materials will be less expensive than existing materials commonly used in the industry, and composed of environmentally-friendly manganese. The Stoichiometric general formula for these two cathode materials are Li(LixNiyMnz)O2 and Li(LixNiaMnbCoc)O2. The desired results for Superlattice Power will be increasing the current gravimetric capacity of 240 mAh/g to 280 mAg/g. This result will be targeted and potentially achieved at the company’s research facility, where development has already begun. Now that the relatively new venture is in order, it still awaiting a team leader, but Superlattice Power will secure a doctoral candidate dedicated to leading the efforts to synthesize the composite anode. Space flight marks one of the many potential uses for this breakthrough battery technology. There is already a huge potential for these products in electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as many specific military and medical applications. Space flight would prove the potential for use in extreme temperature and oxygen-deprived environments, and solidify Superlattice Power as a well-rounded business. Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
7/11/2008 3:55:08 PM

Superlattice Power Inc. (SLAT.OB) Lands a Full Page in USA Today On July 9th, USA Today magazine devoted an entire page to Superlattice Power, Inc. The company is focused on developing a paradigm for the lithium ion battery and hopes to develop a battery that will allow its all-electric vehicle to travel 200 miles on a single charge within the next 6-12 months. In order to meet its goals, Superlattice is working on producing a new cathode material that can be implemented into a lithium ion battery to increase the battery’s density and range. The material’s superlattice structure accommodates more chemicals, thus providing more energy. By using a combination of special elements and transition metals, the material is now safe, environmentally friendly, and affordable. The push to take battery technology like this from the experimental phase to the production phase has resulted in large-scale production of nano- and sub-micron materials, and Superlattice is now positioned to deliver this futuristic technology to the average consumer in the form of lithium ion polymer batteries built on affordably-priced cathode materials. Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

Michael
7/22/2008 4:13:04 PM

Superlattice Power Inc. (SLAT.OB) - Answering The Call For A Better Battery Superlattice Power Inc. has been doing their best to answer the world’s need for superior battery technology. The results have been spectacular, resulting in the first major changes in the battery industry in a number of years. The structure and cathode materials being used by SLAT have been previously attempted by others, but not with the same success. In tests, the new batteries are extending the range, power and spectrum of the devices they are being used to power. These results are arriving at a great time, as Senator John McCain, the Republican nominee for president, proposed a $300 million prize to the inventor of a better car battery. The prize money would be funded by the US government with the goal of spurring innovation to get Americans off their gasoline habit as the justification. The proposal from McCain comes after he has spent several weeks campaigning against rising energy costs and for alternative energy in the midst of our weak economy. The demand for batteries to power the next generation of hybrid and electric vehicles continues to grow as oil prices creep closer to $150 per barrel. In addition to the proposed award today for batteries, there is also an Automotive X Prize (AXP) competition sponsored by Progressive currently open to inventors. Superlattice Power, in conjunction with Hybrid Technologies, is already favored as one of the top 10 frontrunners in the AXP competition. Although the prize is significantly smaller, $10 million, the fundamentals of the contest are the same, and could prove that Superlattice Power has what it takes to meet the new power demands of the automotive industry.Please see disclaimer on QualityStocks.net website: http://Disclaimer.QualityStocks.net

 

 

 

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