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Battery manufacturing tech company Intecells closes Series A; Plasmatreat strategic partner

Intecells, Inc., a developer of scalable, solid-state, low-cost battery manufacturing technology for lithium-ion batteries, announced Series A funding, led by Walden International (WI) along with its partner, Plasmatreat GmbH, a leader in atmospheric plasma technology.

The new funding will accelerate the company’s growth and accelerate its product development aimed at reducing battery cost and improving battery performance for all forms of batteries.

Weber Jin, a Partner at WI and Dr. Hing Wong, Managing Director of WI, will work very closely with the CEO of Intecells, Dr. Xiaohong Gayden. Intecells leverages the expertise of Plasmatreat to develop cold plasma technology for battery manufacturing.

We want to break free from the constraints of conventional battery design and existing production processes to develop a technology that significantly increase battery performance and make production more efficient. New battery technologies are not only of vital importance to the rapidly growing field of electro-mobility, they would also optimize countless applications in the consumer electronics sector, or even make them feasible in the first place.

—Christian Buske, CEO and managing partner of Plasmatreat

Founded in 2017, Intecells is a battery manufacturing equipment startup. It develops and licenses technology related to battery electrode fabrication and cell integration using atmospheric plasma.


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