Startup SeeoMoves Toward a Safer Lithium-Ion Battery

A safer next-gen battery is used with solar panels for the first time

The energy innovations of the future need today's machines


2012 GoingGreen Global 200 Top Private Companies

Seeo has been selected as one of the 2012 GoingGreen Global 200 Top Private Companies.

2011 Global Cleantech 100

Named to 2011 Global Cleantech 100 Company list.

Tie50 Awards

2011 Winner of TiE Global's award recognizing top Energy Technology Startups

Technology Review

Dr. Hany Eitouni was selected by Technology Review magazine as one of the top young innovators of 2010. Selected from more than 300 nominees by a panel of expert judges and the editorial staff of Technology Review, the TR35 is an elite group of accomplished young innovators who exemplify the spirit of innovation in the fields of medicine, computing, communication, energy and nanotechnology.

Going Green

2009 Going Green Award Winner for Energy Storage Systems selected by AlwaysOn.

R & D Magazine

Seeo and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory were jointly awarded the R&D 100 Award by R&D Magazine in 2008 for nanostructured polymer electrolytes in rechargeable lithium batteries.


Department of Energy

Seeo was awarded $6.2M from the Department of Energy as part of the Smart Grid and Energy Storage demonstration program. This 4-year project supports development and deployment of a battery pack using Seeo’s proprietary nanostructured polymer electrolyte. The battery pack is targeted for utility-scale storage operations with an initial focus on Community Energy Storage applications.

Seeo was selected for a $4.9M award from the Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies program. The project supports development of high-energy solid state cells suited for electric drive vehicle applications. Independent performance, reliability and safety testing are being conducted in accordance with automotive industry standards for lithium-ion batteries.

With support from the Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative, Seeo has partnered with SunEdison to develop an Energy Storage System (ESS) that pairs Seeo's battery pack with control analytics designed to optimize performance of a joint solar and energy storage installation.  The program combines a field demonstration with an evaluation of financing structures that can be deployed to accelerate the adoption of distributed PV with advanced energy storage.

Califomia Energy Commission

Seeo received a grant from the California Energy Commission in support of the Department of Energy Smart Grid and Energy Storage Demonstration program. The Energy Commission grant provides cost share funding to Seeo.