Research & Development

As renewable energy sources are intermittent, reliable storage is crucial for a consistent energy supply. Starz Energies is dedicated to advancing cost-effective, high-performance storage technologies, aligning with industry innovations and implementing market-oriented regulations for seamless integration into distribution grids.

Pioneering advancements in battery materials and manufacturing, our commitment covers the entire energy storage spectrum, from research and development to sustainable sourcing.


At Starz Energies’ battery lab, we are devoted to advancing research capabilities through the development of cutting-edge analytical methods and advanced diagnostic tools.

Our dedication extends to the exploration of new technologies ensuring we remain at the forefront with more capable battery cells, more performing packs, and more efficient lithium extraction.



Our research focuses on improving battery energy density while ensuring safety, long life, and competitive cost.


LFP Solution

In our laboratory we have applied the solid state, sol gel and co-precipitation synthesis methods to fabricate LFP/C, LCO, LMO, and NMC cathodes materials for Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs).

Fig.1 shows the X-ray diffraction (XRD) pattern of LiFePO4/C prepared in Starz Energies lab. The experimental data can be indexed to single olivine phase with a Pnma space group, without signs and traces of impurities (JCPDS81-1173).

crystal structure of Olivine LiFePO4
Fig.2. The crystal structure of Olivine LiFePO4 in projection along [001]
X-ray of LFP material
Fig.1. X-ray powder diffraction of the prepared LFP/C nanoparticles

In nature, LiFePO4 crystallizes in orthorhombic Olivine-type structure (Fig.2), with space group Pnma, and is known as triphylite.

The lattice parameters are a=10.33Å, b=6.01Å, and c=4.69Å; the unit cell volume is V=291.2Å3

LTO Solution

Spinel lithium titanium oxide (Li4Ti5O12, LTO), a high lithium insertion/extraction voltage of approximately 1.55 V (vs. Li/Li+) and excellent cycle stability, has been successfully prepared.

Figures 2a shows the XRD patterns of Li4Ti5O12 powder. All diffraction peaks were in accordance with the standard diffraction pattern of LTO, Powder Diffraction File (PDF) number 049-0226, which can be indexed to a cubic Spinel structure with the space group of Fd-3m.

Figures 2b show the unit cells of Spinel lithium titanium oxide (Li4Ti5O12, LTO), which belong to the Fd-3m space group (No. 227).

X-ray powder diffraction of the prepared Li4Ti5O12, LTO.
Fig.2a. X-ray powder diffraction of the prepared Li4Ti5O12, LTO.
Unit cell of spinel Li4Ti5O12, LTO.
Fig.2b. Unit cell of spinel Li4Ti5O12, LTO. The green spheres represent lithium, blue titanium and red oxygen.

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