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Using Green Chemistry to Produce High-Density Energy Storage Devices

Surging global demand for alternative energy sources increases the need for sustainable, efficient and eco-friendly energy storage components. We can protect nature against this growing demand thanks to green chemistry, using abundant, non-hazardous and renewable organic material to create energy storage solution.

Producing clean energy storage solutions that are biocompatible and biodegradable from renewable biomass materials has three main benefits


Reducing the environmental pollution from chemical production and waste materials


Reducing the cost of production by reducing the number of ingredients


Increasing overall safety for both humans and nature with organic biocompatible materials


Portable Power Stations

A portable power station that is completely safe, non-flammable and easy to dispose of. These are just a few benefits of using clean energy storage technology.

Renewable energy

Ensuring energy on demand is one of the biggest challenges in the renewable energy sector. Flexible in its configuration and capable of retaining a high-density of energy without losing it over time, our technology is perfect for microgrid storage and backup units.

Wearable Medical Devices

Our teachnology is safe, non-toxic, bio-degradable and chemical-free making it the perfect choice for wearable medical devices. No need to worry about leads and costly disposal of devices anymore.

Electric vehicles

Integrating our small, high-storage-density energy solution into electric vehicles batteries means a more efficient way to capture and release the energy needed to operate electric and hybrid vehicles.

Meet The Team

The Leading Team

Dr. Siziwe Bebe

Chief Technology Officer

With over 25 years of experience in the private sector and academic institutions, Dr. Siziwe Bebe is responsible for developing the bio-energy storage solutions and associated industrial manufacturing processes.

Dr. Ravi Prakash

Chief of Research

An expert on micro & nanofabrication of integrated microsystems for non-invasive health monitoring, biological and chemical sensing, Dr. Ravi Prakash is responsible for the development the bio-supercapacitor, biochips and bio- supercapacitors.

Martin Renière


A successful entrepreneur since 1996, Martin Renière is responsible for providing leadership to ensure a continuous growth and focus on commercialization and developing Intellectual Property.

Rutendo Mutambanengwe

PhD. Research Scientist

Chemical engineer and PhD Candidate at Queen’s University, Rutendo’s work will focus on optimizing powerful and eco-friendly alternatives to conventional capacitors and batteries.

Our Research Partners

We partnered with universities in Canada to develop the most environmental-friendly energy storage technology. After years of research, we’ve finally developed a technology made from abundant natural resource materials that can store a high-density of energy – a clean alternative to existing capacitors and batteries.

Our Technology Partner for Smart Systems



Technology, Applications & Opportunities

April 08-09, 2019
Mississauga Convention Centre, Toronto, Canada

7th International Conference – Smart Materials and Sustainable Technologies

April 10 – 16, 2019
Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany

Connecting Emerging Technologies with Global Brands

November 20 – 21, 2019
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA

Graphene & 2d Materials/Energy Storage Innovations


A Comprehensive Modelling Approach for Bio-EDLC systems

2020, IEEE Xplore
DOI: 10.1109/SENSORS47125.2020.9278742

Soft-Assembled, Bio-gel Electrolytic Double Layer Capacitor System for Sustainable Energy Storage Applications

2021, JES