Noon Energy

Scaling Sustainable Long-Duration Energy Storage

Market

North America

Service

Messaging Strategy, PR & Communications

Industry

Clean Energy

Noon Energy

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Empowering Noon Energy’s Breakthrough in the Renewable Energy Storage Sector

Solar and wind power are currently the lowest-cost electricity sources, yet their intermittent nature requires new energy storage technologies to unlock 24/7 year-round zero-emission electricity. However, two key factors – cost and supply chain – remain major roadblocks, particularly due to the shortage of critical minerals.

With its breakthrough, first of its kind carbon-oxygen battery for long duration storage, Noon Energy can enable any system, from a single home, to an entire grid, to run on 100 percent solar and wind. Requiring only 1% of other critical elements compared to lithium-ion batteries, Noon's technology eliminates the need for hard-to-mine metals including lithium and cobalt, while offering more than 100 hours storage at 10x lower cost and 3x higher energy density than today’s lithium-ion batteries.

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“Noon was featured in 25 articles in top-tier business, finance, technology and trade publications, including Axios, Forbes, GreenBiz, ImpactAlpha, Electrek and CleanTechnica.”

Announcing Noon’s $28 million in Series A financing catapulted Noon into the limelight. In a one-month period, Noon was featured in 25 articles in top-tier business, finance, technology and trade publications, including Axios, Forbes, GreenBiz, ImpactAlpha, Electrek and CleanTechnica. Additionally, prominent local publications like San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal covered the company's funding news and growth plans, contributing to Noon's recruitment objectives.

FIG 1. Noon Energy's carbon-oxygen battery, inspired by Mars technology, stores large amounts of electricity to bridge wind and solar power intermittencies.
FIG 2. The team at Noon energy.

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