A B O U T  U S

Headquarters

Today, NexTech Batteries is headquartered in Carson City, Nevada, where we continue to file new IP, develop our trade secrets, and build our manufacturing know-how. We believe that Li-S is the most promising next-generation technology, which is why we’re committed to developing safer, more efficient, and more advanced batteries.

Location

Nextech Batteries is nestled at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is just minutes away from beautiful World Renown Lake Tahoe and its World Class Skiing, Hiking, Mountain Biking and Trophy Trout Fishing! 

Location

Nextech Batteries is nestled at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is just minutes away from beautiful World Renown Lake Tahoe and its World Class Skiing, Hiking, Mountain Biking and Trophy Trout Fishing!

Mission

At NexTech Batteries, we pursue the development of next-generation lithium batteries (beyond lithium-ion) with unparalleled safety, energy density, low cost, ethical supply chain, and environmental stewardship for global vehicle electrification, consumer electronics, renewable energy storage, and more.

Mission

At NexTech Batteries, we pursue the development of next-generation lithium batteries (beyond lithium-ion) with unparalleled safety, energy density, low cost, ethical supply chain, and environmental stewardship for global vehicle electrification, consumer electronics, renewable energy storage, and more.

Origins

NexTech Batteries was founded in early 2016 and was the result of the exclusive license to the rights and patents to the lithium sulfur battery technology developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.  This powerful and disruptive Li-S technology was the result of more than 14 years of research under the direction of Dr. Elton Cairns at LBNL.

Origins

NexTech Batteries was founded in early 2016 and was the result of the exclusive license to the rights and patents to the lithium sulfur battery technology developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.  This powerful and disruptive Li-S technology was the result of more than 14 years of research under the direction of Dr. Elton Cairns at LBNL.