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New graphene material could enable the fabrication of high-performance electrodes for sodium batteries

Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, Accurion GmbH, Germany and Institute of Organic Synthesis and Photoreactivity (ISOF) at the National Research Council of Italy have presented a novel concept for fabricating high-performance electrode materials for sodium batteries. It...

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Graphene foam assists in building a “thermal switch” that dynamically moderates heat of electronic devices

lithium ion batteries used in extreme heat or cold can be prone to malfunctions and low performance. Purdue University engineers have developed a solution: a "thermal switch" made of compressible graphene foam, that dynamically adjusts to temperatures both inside...

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Taiwan’s Fubon leads $64 million investment round in Nanotech Energy

Fubon Financial Holding, a Taiwan-based financial services business led by the Tsai family, has led a $64 million investment round in U.S. battery maker Nanotech Energy.The U.S-based graphene materials supplier and graphene-enhanced batteries developer, Nanotech Energy, will use the...

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Vaulta secures Federal government grant

Australia-based battery case developer Vaulta has been awarded a Federal Government grant to commercialize its battery casings for the electric vehicle market.Vaulta received a grant of AUD$297,500 (around USD$219,000) from the Federal Government’s Accelerating Commercialization grants program to commercialize...

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GMG announces in-house battery pilot plant investment

Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG) has announced that it is procuring equipment for a pilot production and testing plant for the manufacture of its Graphene Aluminum-Ion Batteries.Following recently published performance results and encouraging customer feedback, production of a commercial prototype...

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Are graphene batteries finally getting closer to commercialization?

Batteries have always been a highly sought-after application for graphene materials, bearing promises of expanded capacity, ultra-fast charging, improved safety of use and more.The advantages of graphene batteriesEarly testing in labs and research institutes were very promising, but the...

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Lithium Energy to pursue commercial lithium-ion battery opportunities for its graphene

Lithium Energy, an emerging battery minerals company with two exploration and development projects (the Solaroz Lithium Project in Argentina and the Burke Graphite Project in Queensland), has announced its plans to pursue commercial opportunities for using its graphene in...

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KAUST team develops graphene-based method to make improved lithium-sulfur batteries

KAUST researchers have a layer of hierarchically three-dimensional porous graphene can greatly suppress polysulfide shuttling - a problem known to be holding back the development of lithium-sulfur batteries. This could potentially help create high-density batteries that are useful for...

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GMG joins Future Battery Industry Cooperative Research Centre

Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG) has announced that it will join the Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre (“CRC“) for battery electrolytes development along with various organizations and universities.The CRC’s objective is to develop advanced electrolyte systems that improve battery...

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GMG shares further updates on aluminum-ion coin cell batteries performance

Australia-based Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG) recently shared initial performance data from tests performed on coin cells for the patent-pending surface perforation of graphene in aluminium-ion batteries developed by the Company and the University of Queensland (“UQ”). Now, GMG revealed...

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