Halliburton Labs selects LiNa Energy to enable the future of energy, faster
Investment and support from Halliburton Labs is an important step towards the commercialisation of LiNa’s solid-state sodium batteries.
LiNa Energy today announced it has been welcomed to Halliburton Labs, a hybrid ‘scalerator’ programme, which includes support to guide LiNa to industrialisation as well as an investment in the company by Halliburton Labs.
The announcement follows a successful finalist event in Houston earlier this year, where LiNa was invited to pitch and engage in a Q&A session with a panel of energy industry leaders, including Halliburton Chairman, President, and CEO Jeff Miller. Mr. Miller also serves as Chairman of the Halliburton Labs Advisory Board.
LiNa’s success at the Halliburton Labs Finalist Pitch Day now grants the company access to the industry-recognised programme, and Halliburton’s investment in LiNa helps accelerate the work to commercialise our solid-state sodium batteries.
LiNa will now benefit from Halliburton’s insights to support our strategic planning, industrialisation of our products, and expanded production line.
Will Tope, Chief Commercial Officer commented, “LiNa is delighted to be selected for the Halliburton Labs programme – the support and investment will accelerate LiNa’s growth on a scale found only in the energy industry. As we scale-up manufacturing to deliver bigger energy storage systems to our partners around the world, this is a great next step for LiNa.”
Today’s announcement follows on from the recent manufacturing MoU signing between LiNa and KONIG METALL Group and is further evidence of our readiness to scale.
Daniel Matthews joins as Director of Engineering