KULR Technology Group Inc.

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As much as everyone likes to talk about the transition away from fossil fuels to sustainable energies, the fact is that the U.S., much less the world, is not equipped for it just yet. The markets are certainly accelerating in the direction of electrification, but there is still infrastructure development and a number of bugs to work out before that day arrives. Plus, add in the international conflicts that have disrupted global supply chains in the last few years and some new wrinkles are part of the equation, creating opportunities for innovative companies to thrive with solutions related to energy storage, material sourcing, safety, and more.

The Lithium-ion battery market dominates the renewable energy industry today. Fortune Business Insights estimates the global Li-ion battery market size at $36.9 billion in 2020 and on a trajectory to reach $193.73 billion by 2028. Drivers include surging demand for electric vehicles, renewable energy applications, and battery-operated equipment, amongst other things.

As detailed by S&P Global Market Intelligence, safety has proven to be a challenge for an energy storage industry experiencing “growing pains” as utilities invest heavily into decarbonizing power grids. From 2018-2021, there were 38 “large-scale energy storage system” failures. After 10 in 2021, there were already 6 in 2022 through April 14.

The reasons may vary, but failures nearly always come down to thermal runaway, industry nomenclature describing a battery fire triggered by a cell defect or excessive stress that ignites a cell and quickly spreads to adjacent cells. Anyone that has ever seen a video of a Tesla or a hoverboard on fire has witnessed an example of thermal runaway, a consistent thorn in the side of the Li-ion battery industry.

When NASA needed to eliminate the risk of thermal runaway on its assets heading into space, it turned to KULR Technology Group Inc. (NYSE American: KULR), experts in Li-ion battery safety systems. KULR’s Passive Propagation Resistant (PPR) solutions have proven to stop or mitigate the impacts of thermal runaway propagation in battery packs or between batteries. KULR’s Thermal Runaway Shield (TRS) has shown to prevent cell-to-cell propagation.

Thermal runaway is risky enough here on Earth. In space, it has the potential to destroy missions that have taken years of planning and cost billions of dollars. NASA has trusted KULR thermal management technology for use on the Mars Perseverance Rover that is currently scouring the Jezero Crater for signs of ancient life on the red planet. NASA has also used KULR technology to safely ship and store laptop batteries aboard the International Space Station. 


 Investor Highlights for KULR Technology Group Inc.:

NASA & KULR Work Together. NASA has trusted KULR thermal management technology for use on the Mars Perseverance Rover that is currently scouring the Jezero Crater for signs of ancient life on the red planet. NASA has also used KULR technology to safely ship and store laptop batteries aboard the International Space Station.

KULR Is In The Big Leagues. Ball Aerospace, Airbus, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, and others are amongst blue chip customers of KULR.

Benchmark Stock On The Russell Microcap Index. KULR has gone from the OTC to NASDAQ and now is heading to the popular Russell Microcap® Index starting June 27, 2022.

Partnership With EV Supercar Maker Drako Motors. Drako Motors partnered with KULR on technology as part of a massively parallel cooling architecture within a 90-KWh battery pack that cranks out a stunning 1,800 amps continuously (2,200 peak) that pushes the car up to 206 miles per hour.

Helping Build The Metaverse. KULR last month shipped prototypes of a core component in the sensing of electrical nerve signals to control navigation through virtual environments to a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of hardware and software to the Metaverse.

New Agreement Penned. KULR announced a new agreement with Heritage Battery Recycling (HBR), a unit of The Heritage Group. Per the deal, KULR is providing its KULR-Tech Safe Case to HBR for the safe transportation logistics of HBR’s battery collection operations across North America.

One Of A Kind Approval. KULR being distinguished as the only company in the world with a product approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation for storage and transport of lithium-ion batteries that can manage up to a capacity of 2.1 kWh for recycled, prototype, and DDR (damaged, defective and recall) batteries. 

 

In March, NASA contracted KULR to test its lithium-ion cells going into future battery packs designed for the Artemis Program, a series of U.S.-led international human spaceflight programs.

NASA isn’t the only organization counting on and collaborating with KULR. Ball Aerospace (NYSE:BLL), Airbus (OTC:EADSY), Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT), Leidos (NYSE:LDOS), Raytheon (NYSE:RTX) and others are amongst blue chip customers of KULR. The problem is that these aerospace and defense (KULR’s carbon fiber cathode solution is used in pulse weaponry initiatives) markets are too niche. To reach its potential, KULR needed a larger addressable market.

Now KULR has taken its space-proven technology and parlayed it into practical applications for Li-ion batteries to protect against thermal runaway on this planet, a much more lucrative opportunity. In only about three years since embarking on mainstream commercialization, KULR has made tremendous progress in becoming a recognized authority in the space.

In the process, KULR has gone from the OTC to NASDAQ and now is heading to the popular Russell Microcap® Index starting June 27, 2022.

In building its $1.3 million GTE electric supercar, Drako Motors partnered with KULR on technology as part of a massively parallel cooling architecture within a 90-KWh battery pack that cranks out a stunning 1,800 amps continuously (2,200 peak) that pushes the car up to 206 miles per hour.

Opportunities for KULR to sell its entire product line expand far beyond the burgeoning EV market. KULR tech is scalable, which means it can be instrumental in future cordless power tools, large energy storage systems, and electronics, amongst other things. 5G is being deployed globally, which will further expand cloud computing applications, in turn generating demand for increasingly powerful electronics that require advanced forms of thermal management and battery cooling technologies. That’s KULR’s wheelhouse.

Elsewhere, KULR last month shipped prototypes of a core component in the sensing of electrical nerve signals to control navigation through virtual environments to a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of hardware and software to the Metaverse. The unnamed multinational technology conglomerate selected KULR’s proprietary carbon fiber solution due to its superior thermal and electrical qualities, as well as its comfort on the skin.

The Metaverse is a hot button topic lately. In a March report, Citi forecast the total addressable market for the Metaverse to be between $8 trillion and $13 trillion by 2030, with total Metaverse users numbering around five billion.

KULR has its hands in multiple aspects of a Li-ion battery’s life cycle. As mentioned, the company has expertise in testing in the R&D phase. Its products are used to maintain temperatures and ameliorate performance while batteries are in use, albeit in a vape cartridge, car battery or battery system powering a city. KULR is there for end-of-life too, a lucrative component of the business that cannot be understated.

Thermal runaway doesn’t only happen when a battery is in use. It can – and does – happen during shipment also. In September, KULR announced a new agreement with Heritage Battery Recycling (HBR), a unit of The Heritage Group. Per the deal, KULR is providing its KULR-Tech Safe Case to HBR for the safe transportation logistics of HBR’s battery collection operations across North America.

The Safe Case employs KULR’s NASA-proven TRS technology that has resulted in KULR being distinguished as the only company in the world with a product approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation for storage and transport of lithium-ion batteries that can manage up to a capacity of 2.1 kWh for recycled, prototype, and DDR (damaged, defective and recall) batteries.

HBR maintains access to over 100,000 customer locations, 2,500 employees, and a fleet of over 1,300 power units and 108 facility locations across North America. In October, HBR was acquired by Retriev Technologies, creating the largest lithium-ion battery recycler in North America and giving KULR and even bigger share of the logistics market.

“KULR’s Safe Case, along with its US Department of Transportation special permits for safe transport of higher capacity batteries, meets a large, underserved area of need for Retriev and enables our customers to ship batteries safely back to us for recycling,” said Shane Thompson, President of Retriev, in a PR on the acquisition. He added, “Given that it’s also a reusable case, it further contributes to the broader green initiatives that are core to our company’s core competency.”

Recycling Li-ion batteries is growing in importance to complete the life cycle of a battery in a circular economy. The composition of the batteries (lithium, cobalt, etc.) means the batteries are deemed hazardous waste and can’t just be buried, burned, or shredded for disposal. Several companies today are working on new technologies for efficient recycling where materials are extracted for use in new batteries. However, being a hazardous waste subjects Li-ion batteries to shipping restrictions. They can’t be transported on trains or planes and truck drivers must be certified to handle them, which adds to overall costs.

The answer is to safety and efficient shipping.  KULR as the only company with a special U.S. DOT product that eliminates the need for any specialized training to transport old Li-ion batteries. Fact is that recycling Li-ion batteries is less expensive and better for Mother Earth than drilling more holes in the ground searching for raw materials.

KULR is still early in the revenue stage and led by a seasoned management team that has worked to position the company for exponential growth going forward. The company last month secured capital via a note and a standby equity purchase agreement, providing KULR access up to $55 million in additional capital for procuring battery cell supplies as well as other key materials. The company ended the first quarter with $10.1 million in cash and cash equivalents.

Management also plans to earmark some capital to bring most production to North America, a savvy move to mitigate any supply chain risks. In anticipation of rising demand, the company is securing inventory allocations, with expectations for procuring lithium-ion battery cells providing up to 500-megawatt hours of energy capacity, enough to power approximately 40,000 homes using currently available domestic energy storage options. Within applications for the energy storage and e-mobility markets, the battery cell supplies would equate to a revenue opportunity of $250-$350 million.

That certainly isn’t niche and will cement KULR’s position as a profitable pioneer in the field of Li-ion batteries systems. The world’s changing with the rise of protectionism and KULR is aligned to be a cornerstone in the Li-ion market for its diverse offerings that provide cradle-to-grave safety, performance, cost profile with an environmental benefit to boot.

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Corporate Snapshot:
KULR Technology Group Inc.
Stock Symbol: KULR
Stock Exchange: NYSE American
Sector: Technology
52 Week High: $3.8100
52 Week Low: $1.1800

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Information as of June 22, 2022

As much as everyone likes to talk about the transition away from fossil fuels to sustainable energies, the fact is that the U.S., much less the world, is not equipped for it just yet. The markets are certainly accelerating in the direction of electrification, but there is still infrastructure development and a number of bugs to work out before that day arrives. Plus, add in the international conflicts that have disrupted global supply chains in the last few years and some new wrinkles are part of the equation, creating opportunities for innovative companies to thrive with solutions related to energy storage, material sourcing, safety, and more.

The Lithium-ion battery market dominates the renewable energy industry today. Fortune Business Insights estimates the global Li-ion battery market size at $36.9 billion in 2020 and on a trajectory to reach $193.73 billion by 2028. Drivers include surging demand for electric vehicles, renewable energy applications, and battery-operated equipment, amongst other things.

As detailed by S&P Global Market Intelligence, safety has proven to be a challenge for an energy storage industry experiencing “growing pains” as utilities invest heavily into decarbonizing power grids. From 2018-2021, there were 38 “large-scale energy storage system” failures. After 10 in 2021, there were already 6 in 2022 through April 14.

The reasons may vary, but failures nearly always come down to thermal runaway, industry nomenclature describing a battery fire triggered by a cell defect or excessive stress that ignites a cell and quickly spreads to adjacent cells. Anyone that has ever seen a video of a Tesla or a hoverboard on fire has witnessed an example of thermal runaway, a consistent thorn in the side of the Li-ion battery industry.

When NASA needed to eliminate the risk of thermal runaway on its assets heading into space, it turned to KULR Technology Group Inc. (NYSE American: KULR), experts in Li-ion battery safety systems. KULR’s Passive Propagation Resistant (PPR) solutions have proven to stop or mitigate the impacts of thermal runaway propagation in battery packs or between batteries. KULR’s Thermal Runaway Shield (TRS) has shown to prevent cell-to-cell propagation.

Thermal runaway is risky enough here on Earth. In space, it has the potential to destroy missions that have taken years of planning and cost billions of dollars. NASA has trusted KULR thermal management technology for use on the Mars Perseverance Rover that is currently scouring the Jezero Crater for signs of ancient life on the red planet. NASA has also used KULR technology to safely ship and store laptop batteries aboard the International Space Station. 


 Investor Highlights for KULR Technology Group Inc.:

NASA & KULR Work Together. NASA has trusted KULR thermal management technology for use on the Mars Perseverance Rover that is currently scouring the Jezero Crater for signs of ancient life on the red planet. NASA has also used KULR technology to safely ship and store laptop batteries aboard the International Space Station.

KULR Is In The Big Leagues. Ball Aerospace, Airbus, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, and others are amongst blue chip customers of KULR.

Benchmark Stock On The Russell Microcap Index. KULR has gone from the OTC to NASDAQ and now is heading to the popular Russell Microcap® Index starting June 27, 2022.

Partnership With EV Supercar Maker Drako Motors. Drako Motors partnered with KULR on technology as part of a massively parallel cooling architecture within a 90-KWh battery pack that cranks out a stunning 1,800 amps continuously (2,200 peak) that pushes the car up to 206 miles per hour.

Helping Build The Metaverse. KULR last month shipped prototypes of a core component in the sensing of electrical nerve signals to control navigation through virtual environments to a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of hardware and software to the Metaverse.

New Agreement Penned. KULR announced a new agreement with Heritage Battery Recycling (HBR), a unit of The Heritage Group. Per the deal, KULR is providing its KULR-Tech Safe Case to HBR for the safe transportation logistics of HBR’s battery collection operations across North America.

One Of A Kind Approval. KULR being distinguished as the only company in the world with a product approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation for storage and transport of lithium-ion batteries that can manage up to a capacity of 2.1 kWh for recycled, prototype, and DDR (damaged, defective and recall) batteries. 

 

In March, NASA contracted KULR to test its lithium-ion cells going into future battery packs designed for the Artemis Program, a series of U.S.-led international human spaceflight programs.

NASA isn’t the only organization counting on and collaborating with KULR. Ball Aerospace (NYSE:BLL), Airbus (OTC:EADSY), Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT), Leidos (NYSE:LDOS), Raytheon (NYSE:RTX) and others are amongst blue chip customers of KULR. The problem is that these aerospace and defense (KULR’s carbon fiber cathode solution is used in pulse weaponry initiatives) markets are too niche. To reach its potential, KULR needed a larger addressable market.

Now KULR has taken its space-proven technology and parlayed it into practical applications for Li-ion batteries to protect against thermal runaway on this planet, a much more lucrative opportunity. In only about three years since embarking on mainstream commercialization, KULR has made tremendous progress in becoming a recognized authority in the space.

In the process, KULR has gone from the OTC to NASDAQ and now is heading to the popular Russell Microcap® Index starting June 27, 2022.

In building its $1.3 million GTE electric supercar, Drako Motors partnered with KULR on technology as part of a massively parallel cooling architecture within a 90-KWh battery pack that cranks out a stunning 1,800 amps continuously (2,200 peak) that pushes the car up to 206 miles per hour.

Opportunities for KULR to sell its entire product line expand far beyond the burgeoning EV market. KULR tech is scalable, which means it can be instrumental in future cordless power tools, large energy storage systems, and electronics, amongst other things. 5G is being deployed globally, which will further expand cloud computing applications, in turn generating demand for increasingly powerful electronics that require advanced forms of thermal management and battery cooling technologies. That’s KULR’s wheelhouse.

Elsewhere, KULR last month shipped prototypes of a core component in the sensing of electrical nerve signals to control navigation through virtual environments to a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of hardware and software to the Metaverse. The unnamed multinational technology conglomerate selected KULR’s proprietary carbon fiber solution due to its superior thermal and electrical qualities, as well as its comfort on the skin.

The Metaverse is a hot button topic lately. In a March report, Citi forecast the total addressable market for the Metaverse to be between $8 trillion and $13 trillion by 2030, with total Metaverse users numbering around five billion.

KULR has its hands in multiple aspects of a Li-ion battery’s life cycle. As mentioned, the company has expertise in testing in the R&D phase. Its products are used to maintain temperatures and ameliorate performance while batteries are in use, albeit in a vape cartridge, car battery or battery system powering a city. KULR is there for end-of-life too, a lucrative component of the business that cannot be understated.

Thermal runaway doesn’t only happen when a battery is in use. It can – and does – happen during shipment also. In September, KULR announced a new agreement with Heritage Battery Recycling (HBR), a unit of The Heritage Group. Per the deal, KULR is providing its KULR-Tech Safe Case to HBR for the safe transportation logistics of HBR’s battery collection operations across North America.

The Safe Case employs KULR’s NASA-proven TRS technology that has resulted in KULR being distinguished as the only company in the world with a product approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation for storage and transport of lithium-ion batteries that can manage up to a capacity of 2.1 kWh for recycled, prototype, and DDR (damaged, defective and recall) batteries.

HBR maintains access to over 100,000 customer locations, 2,500 employees, and a fleet of over 1,300 power units and 108 facility locations across North America. In October, HBR was acquired by Retriev Technologies, creating the largest lithium-ion battery recycler in North America and giving KULR and even bigger share of the logistics market.

“KULR’s Safe Case, along with its US Department of Transportation special permits for safe transport of higher capacity batteries, meets a large, underserved area of need for Retriev and enables our customers to ship batteries safely back to us for recycling,” said Shane Thompson, President of Retriev, in a PR on the acquisition. He added, “Given that it’s also a reusable case, it further contributes to the broader green initiatives that are core to our company’s core competency.”

Recycling Li-ion batteries is growing in importance to complete the life cycle of a battery in a circular economy. The composition of the batteries (lithium, cobalt, etc.) means the batteries are deemed hazardous waste and can’t just be buried, burned, or shredded for disposal. Several companies today are working on new technologies for efficient recycling where materials are extracted for use in new batteries. However, being a hazardous waste subjects Li-ion batteries to shipping restrictions. They can’t be transported on trains or planes and truck drivers must be certified to handle them, which adds to overall costs.

The answer is to safety and efficient shipping.  KULR as the only company with a special U.S. DOT product that eliminates the need for any specialized training to transport old Li-ion batteries. Fact is that recycling Li-ion batteries is less expensive and better for Mother Earth than drilling more holes in the ground searching for raw materials.

KULR is still early in the revenue stage and led by a seasoned management team that has worked to position the company for exponential growth going forward. The company last month secured capital via a note and a standby equity purchase agreement, providing KULR access up to $55 million in additional capital for procuring battery cell supplies as well as other key materials. The company ended the first quarter with $10.1 million in cash and cash equivalents.

Management also plans to earmark some capital to bring most production to North America, a savvy move to mitigate any supply chain risks. In anticipation of rising demand, the company is securing inventory allocations, with expectations for procuring lithium-ion battery cells providing up to 500-megawatt hours of energy capacity, enough to power approximately 40,000 homes using currently available domestic energy storage options. Within applications for the energy storage and e-mobility markets, the battery cell supplies would equate to a revenue opportunity of $250-$350 million.

That certainly isn’t niche and will cement KULR’s position as a profitable pioneer in the field of Li-ion batteries systems. The world’s changing with the rise of protectionism and KULR is aligned to be a cornerstone in the Li-ion market for its diverse offerings that provide cradle-to-grave safety, performance, cost profile with an environmental benefit to boot.

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As a result of its commitment to journalistic excellence and abundance of information in a particular area of equity investing (micro-cap investing) where there aren’t many credible sources of information, AllPennyStocks.com continues to have one of the largest audiences of micro-cap investors on the internet.


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