Excess Energy (EE) is a next-generation battery pack design company committed to accelerated research, development, and commercialisation of state-of-the-art battery packs. The team of entrepreneurs, scientists, and engineers have conducted comprehensive market verification & validation to form their strategy for the development of commercially feasible state-of-the-art pack concepts. This broad market research empowered the accelerated development of Excess Energy's proprietary high-performance, cost-effective, and scalable battery pack models such as Cell to Pack (CTP) for lithium-based batteries. EE’s latest battery pack model development results in an innovative hybrid pack design that empowers EV's battery performance with higher power and energy density compared to the conventional alternatives (Cell-Module-Pack).
EE was formed with a strong dedication to presenting innovative, performance-based battery pack solutions to support the transition to zero-carbon energy applications. Our mission is committed to enabling the mass uptake of battery-powered solutions globally and reducing CO2 emissions. EE works closely with valuable academic and industrial partners in collaborative government-funded projects to accelerate the commercialisation and scale-up of novel battery pack designs.