2018 03

Nexeon – the company developing silicon materials for next generation Li-ion batteries – and its partners have been awarded £7million in Innovate UK funding for a project to develop significantly better materials for Li-ion batteries. The work is an essential step to achieving electric vehicles (EVs) with a range of 400 miles and above. The […]

2016 11

Nexeon has opened an office and development laboratory in Japan. Nexeon Japan K.K. is located in Yokohama, closer to many of Nexeon’s development partners and prospective customers in the electronics and automotive sectors. Nexeon Japan K.K. will focus on customer support, applications engineering and materials and battery R&D. The company is presently recruiting Battery Scientists and Engineers. […]

2016 04

Nexeon has successfully completed a £30 million funding round. The company received funding from existing investors and a new investor, Woodford Investment Management. Nexeon will use the new funds to acquire IP and complementary technology, to open a development lab in Asia near its key customers, and to begin work on the design of a […]

2015 29

Nexeon has made some changes to its Board line up. Ian Jenks joins Nexeon as a non-executive Director (NED), while Nexeon Board Director Christina McComb becomes Senior Independent Director. Ian Jenks was formerly an advisor to Nexeon, and brings with him extensive experience of growing leading edge technology businesses. He is currently a board director […]

2015 06

Battery materials development company Nexeon has appointed Tony Posawatz as a Non-Executive Director (NED) with immediate effect. Posawatz is well known in the automotive industry for leading the team that brought the award-winning Chevrolet Volt from concept to production. He is an expert in vehicle electrification, alternative/advanced propulsion, energy and clean technology, with over 30 […]