Altair International Corp. engages Culhane Meadows to prosecute patent applications for advances in lithium battery development

Culhane Meadows was recently acknowledged for assistance with patent application prosecution by Altair International Corp. when they announced their milestone in the development of the lithium battery platform used in electric vehicles.

Altair International Corp. (“Altair” or the “Company”) (OTCQB: ATAO) is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, EV Lithium Solutions, Inc. (“EVLS”), has made significant advances in its proprietary, solid-state graphene architecture lithium battery technology (our “Energy Storage Unit” or “ESU”). Development has progressed ahead of schedule and Altair has engaged Culhane Meadows PLLC (“Culhane”) to prosecute the patent applications with the USPTO. The staff of Culhane have extensive experience in the technology-specific patent process.  

Lithium battery technology has seen only incremental improvements over the last decade. Our ESU represents a truly substantial improvement on the current technology and full battery platform being used in the most popular electric vehicles (“EV”) today, in every metric which is important to both OEM EV manufacturers and EV users: charging time, range per charge, total battery life, and safety. When the patent process is further along, we will be pleased to expand on the unique architecture and novel technology which is put to work in the ESU. As we continue to move towards development of full sized, to-scale EV batteries, the following notes and comparisons are the results of real-world lab testing of the prototype ESU units as applied to EV scale; to emphasize, we still consider this technology to be development-stage. Further development and testing will be required before it is able to be considered for implementation in publicly available applications.

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