Whether it’s filtering salt from saltwater and the color out of whisky or creating next-generation body armor that’s stronger than diamonds, graphene truly is a wonder material with seemingly no end to its amazing abilities. One of the potentially most exciting? Helping create next-gen batteries that could conceivably compete with the current gold standard, lithium-ion batteries, when it comes to power future devices. With a few crucial advantages.
That’s what Nanotech Energy is trying to do with graphene-based lithium ion batteries: non-flammable and more efficient batteries that could potentially be used for tomorrow’s energy providing requirements.
“Nanotech Energy has developed a game-changing non-flammable graphene-based lithium ion battery, providing a safer solution for longer lasting energy storage,” Maher El-Kady, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Nanotech Energy, told Digital Trends. “We [have] learned how critical it is to have a safe battery. A very good example is what happened to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and associated battery fires in 2016. The fire incidents led the phone to be banned from air transportation and cost Samsung more than $14 billion in damage to their market capitalization. Now imagine what would happen to consumer electronics with our safe battery solution. We also believe it is going to be a game-changer for the electric car market as well.”
Not only are Nanotech Energy’s graphene batteries reportedly less flammable than traditional lithium-ion power cells, but the company claims that they are also more efficient; storing more charge, recharging much faster, and boasting a greater number of cycles before the battery reaches the end of its natural life. The battery tech is still in development, meaning that it’s not yet available in products that allow for this to be tested by consumers around the world. Nonetheless, it’s certainly something to get cautiously excited about.
“Nanotech Graphene Super Batteries are in the prototype stage and are being tested by a number of global companies in different industries,” Jack Kavanaugh, chairman and CEO of Nanotech Energy, told Digital Trends. “[The] next step is for Nanotech to build out its manufacturing capacity and then supply industry.”
Coming soon to a laptop, mobile device, or wearable near you. Hopefully.
We are proud and pleased to announce that Nanotech Energy has concluded its $27.5 Million Series C Funding round.
Our battery safely delivers efficient and long-lasting battery power.
Batteries have become an essential, and often forgotten, tool we need to conduct our everyday lives.
Batteries have been a basic tool of society for millennia.
Nanotech chairman and CEO, Dr. Jack Kavanaugh and co-founder, Dr. Richard Kaner were recognized this month for their work at Nanotech
We are incredibly proud to announce that today Nanotech Energy has become the first graphene producer to break the 50% content barrier
Today we announced the launch of Nanotech’s EMI Shielding product line which currently includes six products
As a leading manufacturer of graphene, we are so proud to referenced in a series of November articles focusing on our new generation of graphene batteries and our revolutionary graphene process
Congratulations to Alessandro Rupp for being named Nanotech Energy’s December 2020 employee of the month
Through the cheers and jeers of 2020, Nanotech Energy had a lot to celebrate! Our work is breaking barriers in the use of graphene and offering products that will move society forward with energy efficiency.
In recognition for outstanding work, we’d like you to meet Jamie Coughlin, Nanotech Energy’s January 2021 Employee of the Month.
We love to recognize the extraordinary efforts put in by our team members at Nanotech Energy. This month, we’d like to highlight Xavier Molina!
This month we are recognizing one of our youngest team members, Andrew Swaffer. Andrew has been with Nanotech Energy for a little over a year.
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