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Advanced batteries

To improve the efficiency whilst reducing the cost and environmental footprint of energy storage options, critical to the transition to a low-carbon and sustainable energy system.

Read our Sustainability Series on Making Better Batteries

Energy accounts for around 60% of total global greenhouse gas emissions. Increasing energy efficiency, developing sustainable energy storage options and the use of renewable energy is crucial to creating more sustainable communities and businesses and resilience to environmental issues like climate change.


The rapid growth in electric vehicles and renewable energy storage solutions is creating a global need for more efficient, cheaper, higher-capacity, and more sustainable energy storage options.

It is estimated that a twelve-fold increase in battery capacity is needed to meet the demand for electric vehicles and renewable energy storage by 2025 alone. While a large part of this growth has been enabled through the performance of lithium-ion batteries, issues around the cost, capacity, safety and sustainability of current lithium-ion batteries will increasingly limit this growth.

There is thus a need for advanced materials for lithium-ion batteries that deliver superior performance and safety at lower cost while at the same time reducing environmental impact.

Find out more, read our whitepaper on Making better Batteries.


BATMn Reactor, a game-changer for advanced battery research

Calix is developing advanced materials for lithium ion batteries that deliver superior performance at a fraction of the cost, with improved ease-of-recycling.

With its new BATMn reactor in Victoria (Australia), Calix is developing high performance, affordable, and more recyclable lithium ion hybrid batteries based on nano-active electrode materials.


Tom Dufty,

Mechanical Project Engineer

“The BATMn Project we are developing on our site at Bacchus Marsh, VIC. It will be a completely separate 0rocess line. We’re hoping to produce battery materials that have very high surface area – ‘nano-active materials’ – in a fully electric calciner, which is pretty well undone around the world.. 

We are in a position with global warming, where we can’t go back in time or undo what have already done… but we can try to evolve technologies to move forward and make a better future for us all.”


May 06, 2021 \ Calix Global Challenges
Calix Podcast 1: “From an idea to a global company” feat. James O’Loghlin & Mark Sceats

Welcome to the first Episode of INNOVATING FOR THE EARTH, with innovation expert and radio and TV presenter James O’Loghlin.

April 19, 2021 \ Calix Global Challenges
News Issue April 2021

Our April newsletter is out! A refreshed organisational structure, a new zero-emissions lime project with Australian company Adbri, a milestone for Project LEILAC, updates on SOCRATCES, SaltX, IER and so much more!

April 07, 2021 \ Making Better Batteries
Project SOCRATCES Targeting low cost / low carbon energy supply

Innovating for the next generation of renewable electricity and heating technologies. Calix is a member of the SOCRATCES Project, which


Calix’s solutions for advanced batteries can be a major driver of sustainability on a global scale and therefore an important step in reaching UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We are committed to make the UN Global Compact and its Ten Principles part of our strategy, company culture and day-to-day operations, and we see our pledge as a natural next step on our journey towards sustainability and corporate social responsibility.


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