Why Imprint Energy?


Imprint’s ZincPoly™ technology

Imprint’s proprietary ZincPoly technology is the key to high-energy, safe, stable, solid-state, flexible batteries. We started by creating a High Conductivity Polymer Electrolyte (HCPE) that is stable, rechargeable, printable to a solid state, and does not need a sealed container.

Efficiency is maximised by the enablement of a notably low internal resistance. With the chemistry based on zinc rather than lithium, it avoids the safety issues that have plagued many lithium technologies and added to their costs.


High Volume Process Technology

Imprint’s process technologies enable inexpensive, scalable production to millions of cells.

Years of continuous improvements and validated production runs have resulted in a scalable process that can run on inexpensive equipment to support modest volumes up through reference line designs to support hundreds of millions of cells per year.

We package, transfer and adapt our technology to enable EMS firms and contract manufacturers to internalize and use our technology to mass-produce Imprint-powered products for their customers.


We aim to become a defacto green battery chemistry alternative

Boundless scores Imprint 8.7/10 on a per-unit impact.

Imprint’s climate profile of ZincPoly batteries were compared against traditional small-scale batteries such as lithium coin cells, pouch cells, and solid-state batteries.

The Climate Impact Score is based on perWatt-hour (Wh) impact for key performanceindicators such as Greenhouse Gas (GHG)Footprint, Water Footprint, Energy Footprint,Levelized Cost of Production (LCOP), CarbonReturn on Investment (CROI), and Carbon Returnon Customer Purchase (CROP).

83% less water per Wh of stored energy than lithium coin and pouch cells.

Imprint’s estimated GHG Footprint per Wh of energy storage capacity is significantly lower than that of lithium coin cells, pouch cells, and solid-state batteriesImprint’s core material, zinc, is twelve times more abundant than lithium in the world’s mineral reserves.

Per one million dollars invested in the Imprint technology to replace other small-scale applications batteries, an estimated 1,600 metrictons of CO2e would be avoided. This is equivalent to the carbon sequestered by 2,000 acres of U.S.forest in one year.