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Posted On Tuesday, Jan 26, 2021
Sila Nano Hauls In $590 Million To Make Materials For Better Electric Car Batteries

Sila Nanotechnologies, a Silicon Valley battery materials company cofounded and led by a former Tesla engineer, raised an additional $590 million for the production of its silicon-based anodes that improve the efficiency of batteries for electric vehicles and consumer electronics.

Posted On Tuesday, Jan 26, 2021
Sila x Daimler: Unleashing new possibilities in electrification

We’re excited to continue our partnership and help Daimler with #Ambition2039

Posted On Monday, Jan 25, 2021
These entrepreneurs are staying grounded as climate tech soars

The factory, which will be somewhere in North America, will be a 100 gigawatt-hour plant (that’s large) that will make its silicon materials for electric vehicle batteries, with the goal to start factory production in 2024. The idea is for Sila Nano’s tech to be used in EVs in 2025, and presumably first with automaker partners such as Daimler and BMW Group. The company plans to also use the funds to hire 100 more employees this year, many of them engineers and researchers to work on R&D.

Posted On Thursday, Nov 05, 2020
Gene Berdichevsky on the future of battery technology – Bloomberg TV

Gene Berdichevsky on the future of battery technology – Bloomberg TV (video)

Posted On Thursday, Nov 05, 2020
Sila Nano Analysis on Tesla Battery Day – CNBC

Sila Nano Analysis on Tesla Battery Day – CNBC (Video)

Posted On Wednesday, Oct 07, 2020
Daimler is making huge strides in battery technology

Daimler is making huge strides in battery technology – with in-house battery R&D complemented by close partnerships with key strategic partners CATL, Farasis and Sila Nano.