LAVLE is a supplier and developer of battery modules for the defense, oil and gas, renewable energy, rail and marine transportation markets using LAVLE’s advanced Battery Management System (BMS) and making use of next generation battery cells, such as lithium metal anode batteries and solid electrolyte batteries, from the Japanese battery technology company 3DOM Inc.
Burlington, WA, USA – Headquarters, and Assembly and Integration Facility
Tokyo, Japan – 3DOM Headquarters and Business Office
Yokohama, Japan – 3DOM R&D and Production
Frederikshavn, Denmark – European Sales Office
Houston, TX, USA – Gulf Coast Sales Office
About 3DOM, Inc.
3DOM, headquartered in Yokohama, Japan, is an entrepreneurial venture company developing pioneering battery technologies and energy storage solutions. 3DOM’s patented separator technology makes possible practical commercialization of lithium metal batteries, and together with the company’s other breakthrough battery technologies will facilitate electrification of next-generation transportation infrastructure.
Jason Nye, PhD
Kiyoshi Kanamura, PhD
Government & Public Relations
LAVLE is headquartered in Skagit County, Washington.
Skagit County is home to a comprehensive maritime technology and industry cluster in the historic maritime community of Anacortes, and innovative, world-leading advanced manufacturers across the marine, aerospace, and energy industries.
LAVLE is in Washington because of the state’s leadership in marine technology and design, and proactive efforts to accelerate innovation in both the maritime and clean energy sectors.
LAVLE is proud to be a founding industry member of the Washington Maritime Blue Cluster Organization.
This new partnership was launched in January 2019 to drive implementation of the Washington Maritime Blue strategy, which aims to accelerate the Blue Economy as a leader in maritime clean tech innovation and best management practices that will support a growing maritime economy in all sectors with increasing living-wage jobs, a healthy environment, and resilient communities.