Phoenix Innovation, Inc.

20 Patterson Brook Road, PO Box 550
Wareham, MA 02576
http://www.phoenixinnov.com
4 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 11
Total Value of Awards $3.71MM
First Award Date 05/09/01
Most Recent Award Date 12/20/07

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Dixon Dr. Brian G. Dixon 8 Message
Morris Mr. R. Scott Morris 6 Message

11 Awards Won

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A07-055
Budget: 12/20/07 - 06/30/08

A high voltage stability electrolyte (Phoenix Innovation) is combined with high voltage stability electrodes (A123Systems) to produce the next generation of high rate, high capacity lithium batteries. In addition to exceptional electrochemical performance, the novel electrolyte, which contains no carbonates, is nonflammable and inherently stabl...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 2005
Budget: 01/01/05 - 12/31/05

75571S Safety is a key concern in the development of higher energy density rechargeable battery systems, such as used in electric and hybrid electric vehicles. This project will identify a superior non-aqueous, aprotic electrolyte that can effectively support the development of practical, rechargeable magnesium batteries. In Phase I, carbon-m...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N03-161
Budget: 03/09/04 - 09/09/04

Scouting experiments have demonstrated our ability to prevent the corrosion of aluminum substrates through the use of extremely small quantities of carbon nanotubes dispersed within an advanced coating matrix. The results of a comparison with state of the art mil-spec coatings is presented. The final formulation will cure rapidly at ambient te...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Office of the Secretary of Defense
Topic: OSD02-EP06
Budget: 03/01/04 - 03/01/06

Portable power requirements from the Department of Defense continually demand greater specific energy and power from lithium battery technology. In the private sector, the theme is the same, more energy in a smaller package to power sophisticated electronics and electric vehicles. The advent of Li-ion battery technology has meant that batterie...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 2004
Budget: 01/01/04 - 12/31/04

75571-Safety is a key concern in the development of higher energy density rechargeable battery systems, such as used in electric and hybrid electric vehicles. This project will identify a superior non-aqueous, aprotic electrolyte that can effectively support the development of practical, rechargeable magnesium batteries. Phase I will demonstra...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Office of the Secretary of Defense
Topic: OSD02-EP06
Budget: 01/15/03 - 07/15/04

Future portable power requirements for DoD will demand greater specific energy and power from future lithium battery technology. It is expected that in order to meet future power requirements, lithium batteries will need to exhibit sustained specific energies of >400Wh/kg and have pulse power capability of >2kW/kg @ 100Wh/kg. These requirement...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: BMDO01-016
Budget: 09/20/02 - 09/19/03

The development of a truly solid state high power lithium battery is dependent upon the successful identification of a suitable solid polymer electrolyte. Polymer electrolytes hold the promise of allowing use of lithium metal anodes which could boost the theoretcial energy density of batteries by as much as 35%. Addition of new high voltage cat...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N01-183
Budget: 10/02/01 - 04/02/02

A novel appliqué formulation is described whose polymer backbone is designed to possess excellent adhesive qualities over a wide range of temperatures, at least -65 to +350oF. By design the polymer will be low cost. This polymer is derived from ongoing membrane research at Phoenix Innovation that has identified a polymer formulation that adher...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: BMDO00-016
Budget: 06/27/01 - 06/26/02

The market for batteries is growing annualy at 10% and has been esitmated to be $40 billion. Rechargeable batteries represent a large and growing segement of this market. The governing component of the emerging Li-polymer battery the solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) and its current composition is not acceptable. New materials are needed to over...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: Boston University

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: BMDO01T001
Budget: 06/20/01 - 12/20/01

Silicon has long been the semiconductor of choice for high-voltage power electronic applications. Recently, SiC has attracted attention because SiC is projected to have better performance than silicon. [1] SiC power switching devices have yet to be commercialized, largely due to SiC crystal defects, most notably the device-killing micropipe de...

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