Sila Nanotechnologies Stock

silanano.comEnergyFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $976.64MM

Sila Nano is a developer of battery technology designed to enable lighter, safer, higher energy density lithium-ion batteries for mass adoption of electric vehicles, smarter, longer-lasting portable electronics, and broader use of renewable power sources. The company was founded in Alex Jacobs, Gene Berdichevsky, Gleb Yushin, and Mike Speiser in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Warren DeSouza
Chief Financial Officer
Craig Weich
Vice President, Business Development
Damian Harris
Vice President, Process Engineering
Alex Jacobs
Co-Founder & Vice President, Engineering
Michelle Chang JD
Vice President, Business Operations
Eerik Hantsoo
Vice President, Equipment Engineering
Gene Berdichevsky
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Gleb Yushin Ph.D
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Steve Driskill JD
Vice President, IP & Legal
Clemens Hofbauer
Vice President, Manufacturing

Board Members

Byron Deeter
Bessemer Venture Partners
Gene Berdichevsky
Michael Speiser
Alex Nediger
Jeffrey Immelt
Steven Walske
Andrew Verhalen
Matrix Partners
Gleb Yushin Ph.D

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Sila is among the 20 companies to secure funds from Biden-Harris Department of Energy fund to boost domestic battery production.
Sila Nanotechnologies, a Silicon Valley battery materials company, has spent years developing technology designed to pack more energy into a cell at a lower cost — an end game that has helped it lock in partnerships with Amperex Technology Limited as well as automakers BMW and Daimler.