Watt It Takes: Bringing Printable Batteries From Lab to Market

This week on Watt It Takes: Powerhouse CEO Emily Kirsch sits
down with Dr. Christine Ho, the co-founder and CEO of Imprint Energy.

Imprint Energy is the company created to commercialize
Christine’s invention: a tiny, zinc-based solid-state battery
that can be screen printed. It’s being integrated into sensors
and other tiny devices across the internet-of-things.

Christine’s father was an entrepreneur. She saw the highs and
lows of that life. She followed his path — and has faced her own
similar tumult. Today, Imprint is licensing its technology to
multiple manufacturers, and it’s printed hundreds of thousands of
batteries.

This conversation was recorded at the Powerhouse headquarters in
Oakland, California. 

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Watt It Takes: Bringing Printable Batteries From Lab to Market