At FELINE, we advance lithium ion battery technologies by integrating smarter and safer components that promise to impart higher performance while maintaining safety.
We specialise in the key areas of smarter electrode materials, large format “factors” or architectures as well as tailoring cell and pack specifications.
FELINE is an emerging business based on the Gold Coast focussed on manufacturing advanced high performance Lithium-Ion batteries for niche applications.
Our deep understanding of battery materials includes graphite, graphene and high-performance cathodes. Our Lithium-Ion battery experience extends some 20 years, leveraging from our unique crossover of chemistry, geology, material science, nanotechnology and intellectual property expertise.
Board Directors include Dr Kymberley Talbot and Professor Peter Talbot (Queensland University of Technology Adjunct Professor). Kymberley is a registered patent and trade mark attorney with the Trans-Tasman IP Attorneys Board.
FELINE collaborates in the private and public sectors and look to integrate our next generation batteries into niche applications that give a competitive advantage through high performance materials and large format cell types.
Our work has been financially supported through collaboration with the Malaysian, Queensland and Commonwealth governments, including the Department of Defence Science and Technology.
In August 2020, FELINE gained support from the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, to accelerate the initial feasibility testing of their novel Li-ion battery cell format architecture.
In December 2020, FELINE was admitted as a member of the Future Battery Industry Cooperative Research Centre. FELINE will participate in a number of projects including the National Battery Testing Centre in Queensland.
In May 2018, FELINE was awarded an EXCELLERATE AUSTRALIA PhD Industry Placement Grant for ongoing “Prototype Development of Lithium-Ion Batteries with Significant Competitive Advantage”. Supported through the Automotive Australia 2020 and iMOVE CRC’s, FELINE benchmarked a series of battery cells against each other, feeding into iterations of rapid prototyping under pre-market conditions. We congratulate Dr Josh Watts on his placement and project achievement.
In 2017, the Queensland government supported FELINE to commence its start-up business through an Advance Queensland Founders Fellowship awarded to Professor Peter Talbot of Queensland University of Technology.
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