Natrion is developing battery technologies that can push the capabilities of EVs by solving the biggest issues that automakers and battery manufacturers face. Its mission is to service the industry with solutions that will enhance the mainstream market viability of electric vehicles and advance the world closer to a future of clean mobility.
Natrion has received $3.2 million in funding from investors including Mark Cuban, and is now scaling its technology with support from companies like LG Energy Solution.
Kosyakov and Roufflac, both 22, join an esteemed group of EnterpriseWorks startup founders previously named on Forbes 30 Under 30 lists. They include Ascent Integrated Tech’s Paul Couston, IntelliWheels‘ Scott Daigle, Psyonic‘s Patrick Slade, and Electrolinks‘ Brett Walker.
The Forbes 30 Under 30 list, now in its 13th year, recognized 600 people in 20 industries for 2024. To assemble the list, Forbes writers and editors—with the help of expert independent judges —evaluated more than 11,000 candidates on factors including funding, revenue, social impact, inventiveness, and potential. More information is here.