Discover Why Zacks Small Cap Research Issued a “STRONG BUY” Rating on this Little-Known NASDAQ-traded Green Energy Company!

It's time to wean off Chinese lithium and U.S-based Dragonfly Energy is helping to make this possible!

Dragonfly Energy Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: DFLI) is at the forefront of the lithium boom as a domestic industrial leader in green energy storage and the maker of game-changing Battle Born Batteries®!

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    Company Overview

    Through its renowned Battle Born Batteries® brand, Dragonfly Energy has established itself as a frontrunner in the lithium battery industry, with hundreds of thousands of reliable battery packs deployed in the field through top-tier OEMs and a diverse retail customer base. 

    Standing at the forefront of domestic lithium battery cell production, the company’s patented dry electrode manufacturing process can deliver chemistry-agnostic power solutions for various applications, including energy storage systems, electric vehicles, and consumer electronics.

    Solving Intermittency Today for Smarter Energy Storage Tomorrow

    Dragonfly Energy Holdings (NASDAQ: DFLI) has set out to develop cleaner and less wasteful processes to create lithium-ion batteries. Dragonfly produces batteries that solve today’s lead-acid problem and is creating next-generation nonflammable solid-state batteries to address tomorrow’s energy storage needs.

    The company’s cutting-edge technology enables widespread conversion to green, renewable energy.

    “At Dragonfly Energy, sustainability is more than just a buzzword – it’s the foundation of everything we do.”

    - Tyler Bourns, CMO of Dragonfly Energy

    The Need for Lithium-ion Batteries

    Global demand for batteries is increasing, driven largely by the imperative to reduce climate change through electrification of mobility and the broader energy transition.

    The global demand for lithium-ion batteries is poised for an unprecedented surge in the next decade. By 2030, the requirement is projected to skyrocket from about 700 GWh in 2022 to approximately 4.7 TWh!

    Lithium-ion batteries power the lives of millions of people each day. From laptops and cell phones to hybrids and electric cars, this technology is growing in popularity due to its lightweight, high energy density, and ability to recharge.

    Battery demand for EVs continues to rise. Automotive lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery demand increased by about 65% to 550 GWh in 2022, from about 330 GWh in 2021, primarily as a result of growth in electric passenger car sales, with new registrations increasing by 55% in 2022 relative to 2021.

    The Outlook finds that under today's policy settings, every other car sold globally is set to be electric by 2035. Meanwhile, if countries' announced energy and climate pledges are met in full and on time, two in three cars sold will be electric by 2035!

    The Next Leader in Domestic Lithium Ion Batteries

    With the future anticipated to be powered by lithium, a domestic battery supply chain has become a priority.

    The U.S. has a lofty goal to reduce its reliance on foreign lithium supply and increase the nation’s energy self-sufficiency. The National Blueprint for Lithium Batteries 2021-2030, developed by the Federal Consortium for Advanced Batteries, outlines the country’s plans to bolster investments in the lithium supply chain, beginning with mining to processing and production.

    China dominates the global supply chain for lithium-ion batteries prompting North America to scramble for more control over the “white oil.” 

    And despite short-term headwinds, there is a consensus in the mining and auto industries that long-term demand for lithium is expected to continue to outpace ALL OTHER METALS in the years ahead.

    This presents a compelling opportunity to look at domestic lithium firms that may lead the lithium revolution, including Dragonfly Energy Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: DFLI)!

    Company Highlights

    How does DFLI uniquely stand out?

    1. Leading the Lithium-ion Revolution.
    2. Massive Market Opportunity: $85 billion addressable market by 2025E, fueled by IRA and supply chain constraints.
    3. Profitable to  “$225M+ in Revenue since 2022.
    4. Sustainable. Non-toxic chemistry allows for reduced environmental concerns over the disposal and handling of battery packs.
    5. American Company and Innovation.
    6. Domestic Manufacturing Powerhouse: Proprietary processes enable cost-effective, scalable cell production in the United States.
    7. A robust patent portfolio, which gives the company a competitive advantage.
    8. Cell manufacturing fuels opportunities for the company in untapped markets.
    9. #1 customer-rated LiFePO4 battery.
    10. Robust research and innovation in battery technologies.
    11. Strategic partnerships and offtake agreements with Ioneer, Aqua Metals, Nevada Battery Coalition, and BMTC.
    12. Notable celebrity customers (Pawn Star’s Rick Harrison, former MLB player Barry Bonds, and comedian Tom Green, among others).
    13. Extensive social media influence including Crafted Workshop on YouTube, which boasts over 1M followers!

    Dragonfly Energy Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: DFLI) may be a solid choice for any investor’s portfolio with the company’s recent upgrade to a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy)!

    Why is Zack’s Small Cap Research BULLish on the Company?

    An upward trend in earnings estimates -- one of the most powerful forces impacting stock prices -- has triggered the firm’s recent rating change to a: STRONG BUY!

    • 90+ Patents & Pending
    • 30+ Patents Issued in the United States
    • 12 Countries with Dragonfly Energy Patents
    • 4 Continents with Dragonfly Energy Patents

    Dragonfly Energy’s significant IP moat surrounding its battery chemistry, manufacturing, design, and system components provide a substantial competitive advantage as others only begin producing batteries domestically.

    Dragonfly Energy’s Patent Portfolio Secures Competitive Advantage

    The Technology

    Dragonfly Energy has set out to develop cleaner and less wasteful processes to create lithium-ion batteries.

    Conventional Li-ion Cell Production

    Producing lithium-ion battery cells is a messy and expensive process. Nasty solvents are required for dissolving the polymer binder during electrode coating. These solvents must be removed and reclaimed before cell assembly using power-hungry ovens and vacuum systems. It is a time-consuming process that ultimately drives up the cost of energy storage.

    The Demand for Storage Batteries

    With the race to find the perfect battery for EV applications, the industry has neglected the much more critical need for storage solutions. The more EVs that are brought to market that charge daily from the grid, combined with increased technology in today’s culture, the more increased power demands begin to stress an already antiquated power grid. Dragonfly Energy has identified this need to support the grid by enabling more renewable energy resources. And due to the intermittency of those resources, this means storage.

    • DFLI’s current battery pack solutions, sold under the Battle Born Batteries brand, are all storage and use LiFePO4 chemistry!
    • The company’s cell manufacturing side is chemistry agnostic, which means DFLI can make solutions for storage (LiFePO4), EV (NMC) or even consumer electronics (LCO)!

    LiFePO4 has already proven to be the perfect battery chemistry when looking at storage purposes. It has a long lifespan (3,000+ Cycles), low levelized cost, and is safe.

    Proprietary Dry Electrode Battery Manufacturing Technology

    DFLI is at the forefront of ell manufacturing, revolutionizing the process through a combination of extensive experience, cutting-edge technology, and data-driven insights. 

    DFLI uses a unique dry electrode process, applicable to various battery chemistries, and requires minimal equipment space, enabling efficient production in facilities of all sizes. 

    DFLI prioritizes sustainability, featuring a process that requires no toxic solvents, has a roughly 10% lower carbon footprint, a 25% reduction in energy consumption, and the ability to produce PFAS (Forever Chemicals) Free Electrodes. 

    This innovative approach ensures reliable and scalable battery production, paving the way for a future powered by the company’s technology.

    Patented Dual-Sided Dry Deposition Process

    • ENHANCES the mechanical robustness of the electrodes and improves electrical conductivity.
    • UNIFORMLY coats each active material particle with polymer and conductive carbons.
    • LESS WASTE in manufacturing through the ability to reclaim electrode material during the spray process.
    • “Higher Quality Cell at a Lower Cost.”


    This also equals not only a greener more sustainable manufacturing process, but one that is cost competitive with China!

    Additionally, this is before accounting for IRA, Tariffs, Shipping, etc. So cost savings can be significant once all factors are accounted for!

    Clean American Manufacturing

    What this means, is a significantly reduced manufacturing footprint, allowing for rapid scaling of production at reduced costs. All done domestically to ensure a reliable supply chain while bringing important jobs to Americans.

    This positions Dragonfly Energy uniquely in the industry, as once cell production begins, they’ll control the entire process. From design, manufacturing, and assembly of battery products to integration of full power systems backed with the exemplary technical support and services their customers have come to expect.

    Dragonfly Energy is building a resilient supply chain in Nevada through a strategic partnership with Ioneer.

    Non-Flammable Solid State Battery Cells

    Dragonfly Energy is developing nonflammable all-solid state cells, a safer and potentially game-changing battery technology. While others chase faster charging for quicker bursts of power, these batteries prioritize safety. DFLI is not just building a different battery, they’re building a safer battery.

    DFLI has validated its non-flammable solid-state technology and is currently optimizing the cells and preparing for production.

    Distributed Storage & Smart Grids vs. Centralized Storage

    A centralized grid system is what we’ve most commonly seen in our country for electrical power management and is typically located where the resources are most available. These require large capital investments and have power generated from fossil fuel power plants, nuclear power plants, hydroelectric dams, wind farms and more.

    Whereas Distributed Storage is a power solution that stores the energy generated for use at a later time. When connected to the electric utility’s lower voltage distribution lines, distributed generation can help support the delivery of clean, reliable power to additional customers and reduce electricity losses along transmission and distribution lines. Smart Grids and Microgrids allow energy generation and storage from buildings and houses all over the country, harnessing renewable energy and feeding it between the consumer and the grid as demands require.

    Through this, batteries remain the most scalable type of grid-scale storage available. And since these unique manufacturing processes, which DFLI has developed, enables the company to create a battery that is safe with 100% non-flammability and long lasting life, this opens the door to widespread distributed storage deployment as a tool to help reduce stress to the country’s power grid!

    DFLI’s smart storage solution isn't just about unlocking the full potential of renewable energy. It's about creating a paradigm shift. DFLI believes that lowering the levelized cost of energy storage and eliminating flammability concerns opens the door for widespread adoption of solar and wind energy with distributed storage applications. This, in turn, allows utilities to seamlessly integrate renewable energy sources into the grid, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and creating a more stable, sustainable future for all.

    DFLI believes that it has found a way to drop the price of energy storage globally. While this is one step in the right direction, the company imagines a future where Dragonfly’s smart storage solution will allow for less reliance on the power grid with ample access to backup power by distributing energy.

    Market Domination In A $73.7BN Industry

    Dragonfly Energy's Battle Born batteries have established a significant presence in the market, particularly within the RV industry.

    Market Penetration: The RV market, with over 11 million RV-owning households in the US, translates to approximately 1 in 10 American households owning an RV, providing substantial exposure to the Battle Born® brand for the general population!

    RV Industry: Recovering Market, Long Term Growth Forecasted The RV industry, after experiencing a boom during the covid years, has wrestled with substantial challenges over the past year. 

    Rising interest rates, a shaky economy, and inflated costs have all combined to significantly decrease revenue, with RV shipment numbers plummeting. However, industry experts predict the market has reached its low point and is now on the upswing.

    And while the market was hurt, DFLI only increased its penetration and customer base! Well positioning themselves during this upswing!

    As the RV industry is forecasted to climb back to June 2022 levels by Q4 2024, where annualized revenue of $104.4MM was achieved, the growth in OEM partnerships are expected to be strong catalyst in growth for Dragonfly Energy!

    “In 2023, we completed the pilot line for our patented chemistry-agnostic dry deposition process, proving that we could produce anode and cathode materials at scale, and are now in the process of delivering sample battery cells to customers across several different industries and markets. We are extremely excited about 2024 as the convergence of the new cell manufacturing, the expansion of our customer base and market segments, and the stabilization and return to growth of the RV markets set the stage for an expected return to growth.” - Denis Phares, Chief Executive Officer of Dragonfly Energy


    DFLI’s overarching mission is additionally the future deployment of its proprietary, nonflammable, all-solid-state battery cells. 


    Rapidly Expanding to New Markets

    HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING: Early Market Penetration with Fleets Representing ~15% of the North American Heavy-Duty Trucking Market (65,000+ Trucks) 

    SOLAR INTEGRATION: Strategic Partnerships with Industry Leaders: Ameresco Solar and Connexa.

    Pawn Star’s Star Rick Harrison Stands Behind Born Batteries®!

    Rick Harrison, star of Pawn Stars in Las Vegas, lives off the grid four to five months out of the year on his unique property outside Port Orford, Oregon. 

    The property is an off-gridder’s dream paradise that is nowhere near any power lines or the grid. He successfully powers his three houses, two garages, and a complete machine shop from his LiFePO4 Battle Born Battery Bank.

    Harrison did his due diligence and called a tech specialist at Battle Born. He was able to discuss his system requirements in detail with an expert. With the tech specialists’ insightful knowledge, Rick was able to purchase a power system specific to his off-grid home needs. To Rick’s delight, the performance of Battle Born Batteries matched the promises made.

    “They worked as they said they work! A fact that is rare for many companies!” Rick stated.

    In Conclusion

    The race is on to wean off of Chinese lithium and all eyes are on which domestic companies will win the race….

    U.S. based Dragonfly Energy Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: DFLI) is setting out to dominate the lithium-ion battery market with its consumer brand of batteries, Battle Born Batteries. 

    Celebrities, including Pawn Stars’ Rick Harrison are standing behind the company’s batteries which are anticipated to play a pivotal role in the future of clean, reliable, and sustainable energy storage.

    DFLI has a massive market opportunity, proven profitability, and is a powerhouse in domestic manufacturing. It may be easy to see why Zack’s Small Cap Research has a “STRONG BUY” on the company!

    As the lithium rush continues, NASDAQ-traded DFLI may be one of the brightest and most promising ESG investment opportunities going undetected on Wall Street right now!


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    The Campaigns are designed to increase the trading price of the Issuers’ securities by encouraging the Recipients of the Information to purchase an Issuer’s securities despite that the securities may not be a good investment, and the trading price of the Issuer’s securities will dramatically decline when the Campaign ends. If you rely on the Information in the Campaigns when making an investment decision, you will likely lose your investment.

    If the Issuer’s trading price increases during the Campaign, it is likely the result of buying activity caused by the Campaign and such increase does not reflect the Issuer’s prospects, financial condition or an increase in the value of the Issuer’s securities. If you rely on this buying activity when making an investment decision, you will likely lose your investment.

    If Selling Parties hold or are compensated in improperly free-trading securities of the Issuers, either directly or indirectly, the Selling Parties and the Issuer could be the subject to an SEC Enforcement action, including allegations of an illegal distribution in violation of Section 5(a) and 5(c) of the Securities Act which could cause you to lose your investment.

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    The Information may contain statements asserting that an Issuer’s stock price has increased over a certain period of time which may reflect an arbitrary period of time, and such statements are not predictive or of any analytical quality. As such, Recipients should not rely on the Information as an analysis of the present or future potential of an Issuer or its securities. If you rely on the Information, you will likely lose your investment.

    If any percentage gain of an Issuer’s securities from the previous day’s close is included in the Information, it is not and should not be construed as an indication that the future stock price or future operational results will reflect gains or otherwise prove to be advantageous to an investment in an Issuer. If you rely on the previous days close as an indication of performance, it could cause you to lose your investment.

    Past results of an Issuer do not guarantee future performance. The Information should not be interpreted in any way, shape, form or manner whatsoever as an indication of an Issuer’s future stock price or future financial performance.

    Recipients should consider the securities of the Issuers as high risk, unstable, unpredictable and illiquid which may make it difficult for Recipients to sell any securities of the Issuers that they purchase. During the Campaign the trading volume and price of the securities of each Issuer will likely increase significantly. When the Campaign ends, the volume and price of the Issuer will likely decrease dramatically. As a result, Recipients who purchase during the Campaign or as a result of the Campaign will probably lose most, if not all, of their investment.

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