LiNa Energy returns to Houston for Halliburton Labs Cleantech Event

Will Tope, LiNa CCO, said “It was great to be back in Houston for the Halliburton Lab event. The panel very clearly understood the importance of deeptech for the transition We had a great discussion on how LiNa is able to leverage existing industrial manufacturing infrastructure and knowledge to scale our business quicker and more efficiently.”

LiNa was on stage at the Ion in Houston, Texas today for the Halliburton Labs finalist event which showcased 10 start-ups advancing cleaner, affordable energy who are ready to scale-up their mission. The event was attended by energy industry execs, scale-up experts, and investors. In recent years, Houston has become an important focal point for cleantech investment. Long-seen as a capital for the energy industry, Houston is home to a growing and vibrant innovation ecosystem with a leading focus on disruptive hardware and deeptech like LiNa’s solid state sodium batteries.

The start-up community is well supported by establishments and incubators such as Halliburton Labs, the Ion, and Greentown. LiNa started work in Houston last year as part of the Rice Alliance Clean Energy Accelerator program, and we have since continued to expand our network across industrial partners, investors, and manufacturers at this exciting stage in our growth.