Enevate, an Irvine-based company developing silicon lithium-ion batteries technology for electric vehicles, said it had reached a milestone of more than 300 patents issued and in process.

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The company licenses intellectual property and transfers technology to electric vehicle automotive companies and battery makers worldwide.

“Enevate has been intensely focused on developing innovative battery technology in the global race to provide auto and battery makers with low-cost manufacturing solutions that will enable the kind of fast-charging capability demanded by consumers and accelerate the worldwide adoption of EVs (electric vehicles),” Enevate founder and Chief Technology Officer Benjamin Park said in a statement.