Leonid Capital Partners’ unique financing agreement is intended to fuel Infinite Composites’ rapid development of next-generation pressure vessels for aerospace and transportation.

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.—Leonid Capital Partners reported that it formed a strategic partnership with advanced materials innovator Infinite Composites to fund innovative materials science solutions for national security and space challenges.

The unique financing agreement, tailored to Infinite Composites’ Army Phase 2 SBIR contract, is intended to fuel Infinite Composites’ rapid development of next-generation pressure vessels for aerospace and transportation, according to a release from Leonid Capital Partners.

Infinite Composites is a pioneer in composite pressure vessel design and a manufacturer of lightweight composite pressure vessels. Its lightweight composite materials are reported to significantly reduce gas storage costs, enhance performance through mass reductions, and extend mission lifespans.

These benefits are said to strengthen national security capabilities and pave the way for a more vibrant and accessible commercial space and hydrogen transportation market. According to Leonid, Infinite Composites’ advanced materials are “shaping the future of both government and commercial space missions and the global energy transition.”

“Infinite Composites is not just pushing the boundaries of materials science, they are propelling America forward in the new space and new energy era,” said Chris Lay, founding partner at Leonid Capital Partners, in the release. “This partnership exemplifies Leonid’s dedication to empowering ventures that reshape the future of space and transportation, both for national security and commercial exploration.”

Leonid Capital Partners is a private investment firm that provides alternative financing solutions for U.S. Government contractors. The company said it offers flexible and innovative financing options that help companies achieve their full potential.

By securing Leonid’s strategic financing, Infinite Composites gains the financial agility needed to expedite its path to market. Leonid’s unique loan structure leverages Infinite Composites’ Army SBIR contract, providing immediate access to capital for internal growth investments. This innovative approach reflects Leonid’s commitment to fostering advancements in critical sectors like materials science at the intersection of national security and space, the company said in the release.

“Leonid’s understanding of our industry and the need for flexible financing solutions perfectly align with our growth trajectory,” said Matt Villarreal, CEO of Infinite Composites, in the release. “Their partnership allows us to focus on delivering these game-changing materials to market, knowing our financial needs are met.”

Infinite Composites describes its composite pressure vessels as “ultra-lightweight.” The company’s technology is said to overcome weight limitations and capacity challenges, resulting in “reduced transportation costs, extended vehicle ranges, and unprecedented advancements in government and commercial space missions and transportation initiatives.”