The German battery startup aims to support and amplify its mission to mass manufacture its Crystal Battery based on lithium-sulfur technology that features triple the energy density and requires 90% less energy to produce, targeting sectors like aero first followed by automotive.
Theion GmbH, the Berlin-based battery startup focusing on lithium-sulfur batteries, today announced the nomination of Dr. Gerhard Cromme for Chairman of its Advisory Board. He has a long track record at large industrial companies like ThyssenKrupp AG and Siemens AG as well as in the role of investor and advisor to car-retailing startups such as tech unicorn Auto1 Group SE. He joins a Theion Board reinforced with two additional members: Stine Rolstad Brenna and Osman Dumbuya.
“The huge number of batteries needed within the next few years require a smart material supply which is based on a smart battery cell design,” said Cromme. “Theion convinced me that sulfur — without mining, at low cost, and at a high energy density — is by far one of the best choices for a powerful battery and with locally secured supply.”
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