Dan Leff

Ambri Inc

Ambri batteries were born in the GroupSadoway lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where professor Donald Sadoway worked with David Bradwell to develop the Liquid Metal Battery technology. Together they conducted electrochemistry research into dozens of different battery technologies, including the formula that became the Ambri Liquid Metal Battery. In 2010, they co-founded the Liquid Metal Battery Corporation with seed money from Bill Gates and the French energy company, Total S.A. The offices were in Cambridge and so they named the company AMBRI, from the heart of cAMBRIdge. Today Ambri is growing from 60 employees to 180 in 2022 and will establish an initial manufacturing facility in Marlborough, MA.

Dan Leff

“The future of decarbonization depends on developing and deploying cost-effective, long-duration energy storage. Ambri is proud to partner with this talented group of market leaders, so we can leverage our experience together to solve such a critical energy challenge and do our part to address the biggest challenges facing our planet.”

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