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LMBC is commercializing liquid metal battery technology
invented at MIT for grid-scale energy storage
Liquid Metal Battery Corporation (LMBC) is an early-stage company working to develop and commercialize a new battery technology that will revolutionize grid-scale power storage.  Our battery has the potential to cost significantly less than existing batteries.  By decoupling power supply and power demand, the liquid metal battery  will be a major enabler of the widespread use of sustainable energy sources and the development of more efficient power systems.

For more information on the liquid metal battery, please click to view a two page data sheet on our company.
The Liquid Metal Battery project originated in the lab of Professor Donald Sadoway at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  The project was supported by the Deshpande Center, Chesonis Family Foundation, Total and ARPA-E.  In 2010, when the project had achieved significant technical breakthroughs, Professor Sadoway, his student, David Bradwell, and research scientist, Luis Ortiz, founded LMBC to bring the technology to the grid-scale energy storage market.  Later that year, LMBC received funding from Bill Gates and Total.
Professor Sadoway, David Bradwell and Luis Ortiz
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