Watch the video to explore the benefits of the SES hybrid Li-Metal battery.
Our proprietary AI algorithm is trained on terabytes of data, optimizing battery performance, safety, and charging across a wide variety of applications.
SES has produced more than 15,000 multi-layer hybrid Li-Metal cells on its own production lines, which are similar to those used for Li-ion cell manufacturing. Our practical approach enables cost savings for OEMs and affordable EVs for everyone.
Backed by top global automotive OEMs, financial investors, cell manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, and raw material suppliers.
Founded in 2012, SES is an integrated Li-Metal battery manufacturer with strong capabilities in battery cell materials, cell and module design, AI powered algorithms, and Li-Metal recycling.
Founder & CEO
Dropped out of Harvard, got fired twice, and started SES on the ashes of A123.
President & COO
19 years at General Motors including 12 years in battery and fuel cell development and 7 years in venture investment. Previously led the battery development for Chevy Bolt and served on the board of SES.
Chief Financial Officer
18 years of global finance and operations experience in private and public companies, led a number of emerging energy transition companies through successful scale-up and commercialization. Previously worked at View, SunPower, Shunfeng, Suntech and Deloitte.
Chief Legal & Corp. Officer
17 years legal, corporate, management, M&A and capital markets experience. Previously worked at Heptagon Micro-Optics and White & Case.
Chief Technology Officer
17 years of cell and process development experience at Apple, Johnson Controls, SDI and SKI. Responsible for Apple’s LV battery, SKI’s PHEV 20Ah, and SDI’s first 18650 cell launch.
Chief Science Officer
25 years of battery R&D experience at Brookhaven National Lab and Greatbatch Technologies with key contributions in silicon-based Li-ion and Li-Metal anode battery technologies.
VP, Head of Korea
Over 30 years of experience in cross border corporate finance and capital markets in Seoul, Asia, US and UK including First Boston, BNP Paribas. Advised many US Fortune 500s and blue chips in Korea and Asia. Master in Finance from London Business School.
VP, Head of China
Managed battery R&D at DJI. Responsible for DJI’s key drone smart battery and power systems launch. PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Hong Kong.
VP of Bus. Dev.
Director of Market at E-Trust Power Group, senior sales manager at CATL, Foxconn and Toshiba, account management for BMW and VW including the MEB (Modular Electric Drive Matrix) project.
VP, Chief of Staff & Talent
20 years global experience in HR, Executive Recruiting, Operations and Marketing, Previously started two businesses in the HR and Higher Education sectors.
VP, IP & Compliance
Over 28 years with Motorola Inc., in Corporate Development, Automotive and Intellectual Property. Broad experience with JV startups in Asia-Pacific and Europe. Directed 10,000 patent portfolio, 11 patent committees and 3 new standards.
Over 20 years of global HR and Operations experience in Fortune Global 500. Led key projects of facility establishment and system construction. Previously worked at Caterpillar, Renishaw, Li & Fung.
SES is uniquely positioned to cross the chasm that exists in today’s electric vehicle battery market. We are not just producing battery materials. We are building a vertically integrated Li-Metal battery cell company that provides comprehensive solutions no one else in the market can offer. We are inspired to create a sustainable world by making electric vehicles accessible to everyone.
Dr. Qichao Hu, founder and CEO of SES
Battery maker SES Holdings Pte. has agreed to go public by merging with Ivanhoe Capital Acquisition Corp. in a deal that will value the combined company at about $3.6 billion.
General Motors is joining the list of big automakers picking their horses in the race to develop better batteries for electric vehicles with its lead of a $139 million investment into the lithium-metal battery developer, SES.
General Motors has signed a deal with a Massachusetts Institute of Technology spinout for joint development of next-generation electric vehicle batteries that are expected to cut the cost of the technology by 60%.